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Loss of transgene expression in vivo can be slowed, but not eliminated, by sequestering cells

, : Loss of transgene expression in vivo can be slowed, but not eliminated, by sequestering cells. Journal of Dermatological Science 16(SUPPL 1): S138, March


DOI: 10.1016/s0923-1811(98)83822-x

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