PMID: 15264469Jul 22, 2004

Epigenetic reprogramming in cloned embryos

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine : the Quarterly Magazine of the Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society
Nam-Hyung KimYong Man Han


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