Compositions and methods for inhibiting squamous cell carcinoma

Drug – bio-affecting and body treating compositions – Immunoglobulin – antiserum – antibody – or antibody fragment,...

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The present invention relates to compositions and methods for detecting and inhibiting squamous cell carcinoma using agents that target the laminin 5 alpha 3 G4-G5 domain.

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