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Single-chain antibodies to the EWS NH2 terminus structurally discriminate between intact and chimeric EWS in Ewing’s sarcoma and interfere with transcriptional activity of EWS in-vivo

Dave N.T. Arye, Michael Kreppel, Radostina Bachmaier, Aykut Üren, Karin Muehlbacher, Stefan Wagner, Heimo Breiteneder, Jozef Ban, Jeffrey A. Toretsky and Heinrich Kovar. "Single-chain antibodies to the EWS NH2 terminus structurally discriminate between intact and chimeric EWS in Ewing’s sarcoma and interfere with transcriptional activity of EWS in-vivo." Cancer Research 66 (2006): 9862-9869.

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