Uterine Epithelial Development and EZH2: It's Important for More than Just Cancer.

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Summary of "Uterine Epithelial Development and EZH2: It's Important for More than Just Cancer."

This commentary highlights the article by Fang et al that describes the role of EZH2 in endometrial development.


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Name: The American journal of pathology
ISSN: 1525-2191


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