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Role of ß4 integrin phosphorylation in human invasive squamous cell carcinoma: regulation of hemidesmosome stability modulates cell migration.

Kashyap T, Germain E, Roche M, Lyle S, Rabinovitz I. Role of ß4 integrin phosphorylation in human invasive squamous cell carcinoma: regulation of hemidesmosome stability modulates cell migration. Lab Invest. 2011 Oct; 91(10):1414-26.

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