The role of miR-133a and RARβ2 in salamander axonal regeneration after spinal cord injury and theurupeutic implications for mammalian recovery
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Bachelor of Arts
Date of Submission
Sat, 21 Apr 2018 22:15:28 GMT
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Wolff, Jennifer; Sung, Rou-Jia
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Biology; Stem Cells; Regeneration; Axolotls; Mammals; Spinal Cord; CNS; Injury; Stem Cell Biology
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