BASAL CELL ADHESION MOLECULE AND B1-INTEGRINS REGULATE THE ADHESION OF ES CELL-DERIVED HEPATOCYE-LIKE CELLS TO EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AND HEPATIC SINUSOIDAL CELLS
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Davies, N. and Dawes, H. and Blakeway, D. and Lalor, P. and Adams, D. and Hay, D. and Newsome, P. 2012. BASAL CELL ADHESION MOLECULE AND B1-INTEGRINS REGULATE THE ADHESION OF ES CELL-DERIVED HEPATOCYE-LIKE CELLS TO EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AND HEPATIC SINUSOIDAL CELLS, pp. A127-A127.
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