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P2Y(4) nucleotide receptor: a novel actor in post-natal cardiac development.

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Bibliographic reference Horckmans, Michael ; Robaye, Bernard ; Leon Gomez, Elvira ; Lantz, Nicolas ; Unger, Philippe ; et. al. P2Y(4) nucleotide receptor: a novel actor in post-natal cardiac development.. In: Angiogenesis, Vol. 15, no. 3, p. 349-360 (2012)
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