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Diet-induced obesity promotes a myeloma-like condition in vivo

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This work was supported by the National Cancer Institute through R01-CA137116, an American Society of Bone and Mineral Research Career Establishment Award and a Marie Curie Career Integration Grant within the 7th European Community Framework Programme.

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Lwin, S., Olechnowicz, S., Fowler, J. et al. Diet-induced obesity promotes a myeloma-like condition in vivo. Leukemia 29, 507–510 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/leu.2014.295

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