Cytosine deaminase adenoviral vector and 5-fluorocytosine selectively reduce breast cancer cells 1 million-fold when they contaminate hematopoietic cells: A potential purging method for autologous transplantation

F. Garcia-Sanchez, G. Pizzorno, S. Q. Fu, T. Nanakorn, D. S. Krause, J. Liang, E. Adams, J. J. Leffert, L. H. Yin, M. R. Cooperberg, E. Hanania, W. L. Wang, J. H. Won, X. Y. Peng, R. Cote, R. Brown, B. Burtness, R. Giles, R. Crystal, A. B. Deisseroth

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