The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology

Jianli Dong, G Huang, R Imtiaz, F Xu

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMelanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment
PublisherInTech
StatePublished - 2013

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Dong, J., Huang, G., Imtiaz, R., & Xu, F. (2013). The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology. In Melanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment InTech.

The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology. / Dong, Jianli; Huang, G; Imtiaz, R; Xu, F.

Melanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment. InTech, 2013.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Dong, J, Huang, G, Imtiaz, R & Xu, F 2013, The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology. in Melanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment. InTech.
Dong J, Huang G, Imtiaz R, Xu F. The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology. In Melanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment. InTech. 2013
Dong, Jianli ; Huang, G ; Imtiaz, R ; Xu, F. / The potential importance of K type human endogenous retroviral element in melanoma biology. Melanoma - From Early Detection to Treatment. InTech, 2013.
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