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In-text: (Brown and Giaccia, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Brown, J. and Giaccia, A., 1998. The Unique Physiology of Solid Tumors: Opportunities (and Problems) for Cancer Therapy. Cancer Research, 58, pp.1408-1416.
In-text: (Harris, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Harris, A., 2002. HYPOXIA — A KEY REGULATORY FACTOR IN TUMOUR GROWTH. Nat. Rev. Cancer., 2(1), pp.38-47.
In-text: (Hung, Mody and Govindarajan, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Hung, S., Mody, H. and Govindarajan, R., 2012. Overcoming nucleoside analog chemoresistance of pancreatic cancer: A therapeutic challenge. Cancer Letters, 320(2), pp.138-149.
In-text: (Shi et al., 2002)
Your Bibliography: Shi, X., Liu, S., Kleeff, J., Friess, H. and Büchler, M., 2002. Acquired Resistance of Pancreatic Cancer Cells towards 5-Fluorouracil and Gemcitabine Is Associated with Altered Expression of Apoptosis-Regulating Genes. Oncology, 62(4), pp.354-362.
In-text: (Vaupel, Thews and Hoeckel, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Vaupel, P., Thews, O. and Hoeckel, M., 2001. Treatment Resistance of Solid Tumors. MO, 18(4), pp.243-260.
In-text: (Yokoi, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Yokoi, K., 2004. Hypoxia Increases Resistance of Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells to Apoptosis Induced by Gemcitabine. Clinical Cancer Research, 10(7), pp.2299-2306.
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