Experimental co-expression of vimentin and keratin intermediate filaments in human breast cancer cells results in phenotypic interconversion and increased invasive behavior

Mary J.C. Hendrix*, Elisabeth A. Seftor, Richard E.B. Seftor, Katrina T. Trevor

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