Wnt-responsive cancer stem cells are located close to distorted blood vessels and not in hypoxic regions in a p53-null mouse model of human breast cancer

Tegy J. Vadakkan, John D. Landua, Wen Bu, Wei Wei, Fuhai Li, Stephen T.C. Wong, Mary E. Dickinson, Jeffrey M. Rosen, Michael T. Lewis, Mei Zhang

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