The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer
PublisherNational Cancer Research Institute
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

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Redmond, K., Dunne, P., Forsythe, N., Longley, D., Johnston, P., & Van Schaeybroeck, S. (2014). The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. In The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer National Cancer Research Institute.
Redmond, Keara ; Dunne, Philip ; Forsythe, Nicholas ; Longley, Daniel ; Johnston, Patrick ; Van Schaeybroeck, Sandra. / The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. National Cancer Research Institute, 2014.
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Redmond, K, Dunne, P, Forsythe, N, Longley, D, Johnston, P & Van Schaeybroeck, S 2014, The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. in The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. National Cancer Research Institute.

The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. / Redmond, Keara; Dunne, Philip; Forsythe, Nicholas; Longley, Daniel; Johnston, Patrick; Van Schaeybroeck, Sandra.

The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. National Cancer Research Institute, 2014.

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Redmond K, Dunne P, Forsythe N, Longley D, Johnston P, Van Schaeybroeck S. The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. In The role of the inflammatory microenvironment in regulating invasion, migration and drug responses in colorectal cancer. National Cancer Research Institute. 2014