Connecting multiple microenvironment proteomes uncovers the biology in head and neck cancer

Ariane F. Busso-Lopes, Leandro X. Neves, Guilherme A. Câmara, Daniela C. Granato, Marco Antônio M. Pretti, Henry Heberle, Fábio M.S. Patroni, Jamile Sá, Sami Yokoo, César Rivera, Romênia R. Domingues, Ana Gabriela C. Normando, Tatiane De Rossi, Barbara P. Mello, Nayane A.L. Galdino, Bianca A. Pauletti, Pammela A. Lacerda, André Afonso N. Rodrigues, André Luis M. Casarim, Reydson A. de Lima-SouzaIngrid I. Damas, Fernanda V. Mariano, Kenneth J. Gollob, Tiago S. Medina, Nilva K. Cervigne, Ana Carolina Prado-Ribeiro, Thaís Bianca Brandão, Luisa L. Villa, Miyuki Uno, Mariana Boroni, Luiz Paulo Kowalski, Wilfredo Alejandro González-Arriagada, Adriana F. Paes Leme*

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