Retinoic acid inhibits telomerase activity and downregulates expression but does not affect splicing of hTERT: Correlation with cell growth rate inhibition in an in vitro cervical carcinogenesis/multidrug-resistance model

Zhihu Ding, Adam G. Green, Xiaolong Yang, Garry Chernenko, Shou-Ching Tang, Alan Pater

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