Environmental-relevant bisphenol A exposure promotes ovarian cancer stemness by regulating microRNA biogenesis

Sophia S. N. Lam, Zeyu Shi, Carman K. M. Ip, Chris K. C. Wong, Alice S. T. Wong*

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