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The role of anlotinib-mediated EGFR blockade in a positive feedback loop of CXCL11-EGF-EGFR signalling in anaplastic thyroid cancer angiogenesis

Overview of attention for article published in British Journal of Cancer, June 2021
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The role of anlotinib-mediated EGFR blockade in a positive feedback loop of CXCL11-EGF-EGFR signalling in anaplastic thyroid cancer angiogenesis
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British Journal of Cancer, June 2021
DOI 10.1038/s41416-021-01340-x
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Juyong Liang, Zhijian Jin, Jie Kuang, Haoran Feng, Qiwu Zhao, Zheyu Yang, Ling Zhan, Baiyong Shen, Jiqi Yan, Wei Cai, Xi Cheng, Weihua Qiu

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#16,640,822
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#9,306
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#267,700
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#86
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