Jun 6, 1970

Isolation of a protein responsible for aggregation of avian embryonic cells

Nature
H Daday, E H Creaser

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Eye Proteins
Edetic Acid, Sodium Salt
Retina
Chick Embryo
Cell Adhesion
Cell Aggregation
Isotonic Solutions
Trypure

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