Downregulation of transcription factors by ribonucleic acid interference. A novel approach to extend the multipotency of autologus adult stem cells?
Letter to the Editor
KeywordsAdult Stem Cell Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Expression Human Embryonic Stem Cell Line Cell Transplantation Therapy Stem Ceils
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