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Efficient in vivo electroporation of the postnatal rodent forebrain.

Bibliographic reference Boutin, Camille ; Diestel, Simone ; Desoeuvre, Angélique ; Tiveron, Marie-Catherine ; Cremer, Harold. Efficient in vivo electroporation of the postnatal rodent forebrain.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 3, no.4, p. e1883 (2008)
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