Differentiating ES cells

Bouchie, Aaron
November 2000
Nature Biotechnology;Nov2000, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p1129
Academic Journal
Cites research results on the effects of various inducing factors on embryonic stem cell differentiation. Studies to ensure pluripotency of stem cells.


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