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Reversible effects of oxygen partial pressure on genes associated with placental angiogenesis and differentiation in primary-term cytotrophoblast cell culture

Bibliographic reference Debiève, Frédéric ; Depoix, Christophe ; Gruson, Damien ; Hubinont, Corinne. Reversible effects of oxygen partial pressure on genes associated with placental angiogenesis and differentiation in primary-term cytotrophoblast cell culture. In: Molecular Reproduction and Development, Vol. 80, no. 9, p. 774-784 (2013)
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