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Effect of high concentrations of glucose on differentiation of rat trophoblast cells in vitro.

Bibliographic reference Hinck, Laurence ; Thissen, Jean-Paul ; Pampfer, S. ; De Hertogh, René. Effect of high concentrations of glucose on differentiation of rat trophoblast cells in vitro.. In: Diabetologia, Vol. 46, no. 2, p. 276-83 (2003)
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