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Retraction Note to: Circ_0008035 contributes to cell proliferation and inhibits apoptosis and ferroptosis in gastric cancer via miR-599/EIF4A1 axis

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Title
Retraction Note to: Circ_0008035 contributes to cell proliferation and inhibits apoptosis and ferroptosis in gastric cancer via miR-599/EIF4A1 axis
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Cancer Cell International, August 2021
DOI 10.1186/s12935-021-02122-4
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Chang Li, Yuan Tian, Yun Liang, Qingchun Li

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#16,278,465
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#651
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