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Deep intralobular extension of human hepatic 'progenitor cells' correlates with parenchymal inflammation in chronic viral hepatitis: can 'progenitor cells' migrate?

Bibliographic reference Libbrecht, Louis ; Desmet, Valeer ; Van Damme, Boudewijn ; Roskams, Tania. Deep intralobular extension of human hepatic 'progenitor cells' correlates with parenchymal inflammation in chronic viral hepatitis: can 'progenitor cells' migrate?. In: Journal of Pathology, Vol. 192, no.3, p. 373-378 (2000)
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