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Tumour Viruses by Joanna Parish (ed.)

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Tumour Viruses
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN/ASIN: 3038421510
ISBN-13: 9783038421511
Number of pages: 472

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In this Special Issue, we seek to explore novel mechanisms of cellular transformation by oncogenic viruses, the role of viral infection in cancer development in understudied body sites and the potential role of novel viral pathogens in cancer development.

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