Detecting intratumoral heterogeneity of EGFR activity by liposome-based in vivo transfection of a fluorescent biosensor

G. Weitsman*, N. J. Mitchell, R. Evans, A. Cheung, T. L. Kalber, R. Bofinger, G. O. Fruhwirth, M. Keppler, Z. V F Wright, P. R. Barber, P. Gordon, T. de Koning, W. Wulaningsih, K. Sander, B. Vojnovic, S. Ameer-Beg, M. Lythgoe, J. N. Arnold, E. Årstad, F. FestyH. C. Hailes, A. B. Tabor, T. Ng

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