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Egfr  -  epidermal growth factor receptor

Rattus norvegicus

Synonyms: ERBB1, ErbB-1, Errp
 
 
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  • EGFR and phosphorylated ERK significantly declined from 5 to 20 weeks (P<0.05) [29].
 

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