Hypoxia Integration in the Serological Proteome Analysis Unmasks Tumor Antigens and Fosters the Identification of Anti-Phospho-eEF2 Antibodies as Potential Cancer Biomarkers

M. Grandjean, A. Sermeus, S. Branders, F. Defresne, M. Dieu, P. Dupont, M. Raes, M. De Ridder, O. Feron

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