Bisphenol a analogues suppress spheroid attachment on human endometrial epithelial cells through modulation of steroid hormone receptors signaling pathway

Hongjie Fan, Sudini R. Fernando, Luhan Jiang, Ziyi Wang, Suranga P. Kodithuwakku, Chris K. C. Wong, Ernest H. Y. Ng, William S. B. Yeung, Kai Fai Lee*

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