PPARα and PPARγ activation is associated with pleural mesothelioma invasion but therapeutic inhibition is ineffective

M. Lizeth Orozco Morales, Catherine A. Rinaldi, Emma de Jong, Sally M. Lansley, Joel P.A. Gummer, Bence Olasz, Shabarinath Nambiar, Danika E. Hope, Thomas H. Casey, Y. C.Gary Lee, Connull Leslie, Gareth Nealon, David M. Shackleford, Andrew K. Powell, Marina Grimaldi, Patrick Balaguer, Rachael M. Zemek, Anthony Bosco, Matthew J. Piggott, Alice VrielinkRichard A. Lake, W. Joost Lesterhuis

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