Changes in subcellular doxorubicin distribution and cellular accumulation alone can largely account for doxorubicin resistance in SW-1573 lung cancer and MCF-7 breast cancer multidrug resistant tumour cells

G. J. Schuurhuis, T. H M van Heijningen, A. Cervantes, H. M. Pinedo, J. H M de Lange, H. G. Keizer, H. J. Broxterman, J. P A Baak, J. Lankelma

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