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Can BAP1 expression loss in mesothelial cells be an indicator of malignancy?
Hanife Gulnihal Ozdemir, Sermin Coban Kokten, Nagehan Ozdemir Barisik
JPTM. 2020;54(6):497-503.   Published online 2020 November 9    DOI:

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Can BAP1 expression loss in mesothelial cells be an indicator of malignancy?
Journal of Pathology and Translational Medicine. 2020;54(6):497-503   Crossref logo
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