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Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer

Stephanie E. A. Burnell, Samantha Spencer-Harty, Suzie Howarth, Owen Bodger, Howard Kynaston, Claire Morgan Orcid Logo, Shareen Doak Orcid Logo

PLOS ONE, Volume: 14, Issue: 8, Start page: e0220456

Swansea University Authors: Claire Morgan Orcid Logo, Shareen Doak Orcid Logo

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ISSN: 1932-6203
Published: 2019
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title Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
spellingShingle Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
Claire Morgan
Shareen Doak
title_short Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
title_full Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
title_fullStr Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
title_full_unstemmed Utilisation of the STEAP protein family in a diagnostic setting may provide a more comprehensive prognosis of prostate cancer
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