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Engineered 3D Model of Cancer Stem Cell Enrichment and Chemoresistance.

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Summary of "Engineered 3D Model of Cancer Stem Cell Enrichment and Chemoresistance."

Intraperitoneal dissemination of ovarian cancers is preceded by the development of chemoresistant tumors with malignant ascites. Despite the high levels of chemoresistance and relapse observed in ovarian cancers, there are no in vitro models to understand the development of chemoresistance in situ.

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Name: Neoplasia (New York, N.Y.)
ISSN: 1476-5586
Pages: 822-836

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