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Synchrotron Radiation X-Ray Fluorescence Nanoimaging Reveal the Intracellular Localization of Potent Anticancer Drug Osmocenyl-Tamoxifen Derivative

  • Florin Fus (a1), Yang Yang (a1), Hui Zhi Shirley Lee (a2), Siden Top (a2), Marie Carriere (a3), Alexandre Bouron (a4), Alexandra Pacureanu (a1), Julio Cesar da Silva (a1), Michele Salmain (a2), Anne Vessiere (a2), Peter Cloetens (a1), Gerard Jaouen (a2) and Sylvain Bohic (a1) (a5)...
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