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Молекулярная патология рака предстательной железы: диагностическая и прогностическая значимость основных маркеров

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Ю. Г. Аляев
Урологическая клиника ММА им. И.М. Сеченова

Е. А. Безруков
Урологическая клиника ММА им. И.М. Сеченова

П. А. Шестиперов
Урологическая клиника ММА им. И.М. Сеченова

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Для цитирования:

Аляев Ю.Г., Безруков Е.А., Шестиперов П.А. Молекулярная патология рака предстательной железы: диагностическая и прогностическая значимость основных маркеров. Онкоурология. 2006;2(2):45-51.

For citation:

Alyaev Y.G., Bezrukov Y.A., Shestiperov P.A. Molecular pathology of prostate cancer: diagnostic and prognostic value of major markers. Cancer Urology. 2006;2(2):45-51. (In Russ.)

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