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Bedeutung Cytokeratin-positiver Zellen im Knochenmark bei Patienten mit klinisch organbegrenztem Prostatakarzinom

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Weckermann, D., Polzer, B. & Klein, C. Bedeutung Cytokeratin-positiver Zellen im Knochenmark bei Patienten mit klinisch organbegrenztem Prostatakarzinom. Urologe 46, 1078–1080 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00120-007-1432-4

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