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Multiparametric functional nuclear magnetic resonance imaging shows alterations associated with plasmid electrotransfer in mouse skeletal muscle.

Bibliographic reference Baligand, Céline ; Jouvion, Gregory ; Schakman, Olivier ; Gilson, Hélène ; Wary, Claire ; et. al. Multiparametric functional nuclear magnetic resonance imaging shows alterations associated with plasmid electrotransfer in mouse skeletal muscle.. In: Journal of Gene Medicine, Vol. 14, no. 9-10, p. 598-608 (2012)
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