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Dirks, PeterPerson Why?
Brain tumor stem cells: bringing order to the chaos of brain cancer.Academic Article Why?
Bmi1 marks intermediate precursors during differentiation of human brain tumor initiating cells.Academic Article Why?
Brain Tumor Stem Cells Remain in Play.Academic Article Why?
Brain tumor stem cells.Academic Article Why?
Brain tumor stem cells: identification and concepts.Academic Article Why?
Brain tumor stem cells: the cancer stem cell hypothesis writ large.Academic Article Why?
Human bronchial carcinoid tumor initiating cells are targeted by the combination of acetazolamide and sulforaphane.Academic Article Why?
Neural tumor-initiating cells have distinct telomere maintenance and can be safely targeted for telomerase inhibition.Academic Article Why?
Neuroblastoma cells isolated from bone marrow metastases contain a naturally enriched tumor-initiating cell.Academic Article Why?
Telomerase inhibition abolishes the tumorigenicity of pediatric ependymoma tumor-initiating cells.Academic Article Why?
HIF-2alpha maintains an undifferentiated state in neural crest-like human neuroblastoma tumor-initiating cells.Academic Article Why?
ZFHX4 interacts with the NuRD core member CHD4 and regulates the glioblastoma tumor-initiating cell state.Academic Article Why?
Neoplastic Stem CellsConcept Why?
Targeting brain tumor stem cell epigenetic and molecular networksGrant Why?
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