"Internal environment in cancer patients and proposal that carcinogenesis is adaptive response of glycolysis to overcome adverse internal conditions"
written by Mayumi Watanabe, Kenya Miyajima, Ittoku Matsui, Chikako Tomiyama-Miyaji, Eisuke Kainuma, Masashi Inoue, Hiroaki Matsumoto, Yuh Kuwano, Toru Abo,
published by Health, Vol.2 No.7, 2010
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