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Differential expression of the TEF family of transcription factors in the murine placenta and during differentiation of primary human trophoblasts in vitro.

Bibliographic reference Jacquemin, Patrick ; Sapin, V ; Alsat, E ; Evain-Brion, D ; Dollé, P ; et. al. Differential expression of the TEF family of transcription factors in the murine placenta and during differentiation of primary human trophoblasts in vitro.. In: Developmental Dynamics, Vol. 212, no.3, p. 423-36 (1998)
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