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Identification of Multiple Subsets of Ventral Interneurons and Differential Distribution along the Rostrocaudal Axis of the Developing Spinal Cord.

Bibliographic reference Francius, Cédric ; Harris, Audrey ; Rucchin, Vincent ; Hendricks, Timothy J ; Stam, Floor J ; et. al. Identification of Multiple Subsets of Ventral Interneurons and Differential Distribution along the Rostrocaudal Axis of the Developing Spinal Cord.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no.8, p. e70325 (2013)
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