Inactivation of AMPK alters gene expression and promotes growth of prostate cancer cells

J. Zhou, W. Huang, R. Tao, S. Ibaragi, F. Lan, Y. Ido, X. Wu, Y. O. Alekseyev, M. E. Lenburg, G. F. Hu, Z. Luo

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