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Luminescence as a Tool to Assess Pelvic Endometriosis Development in Murine Models.

Bibliographic reference Defrere, Sylvie ; Colette, Sébastien ; Lousse, Jean-Christophe ; Donnez, Jacques ; Van Langendonckt, Anne. Luminescence as a Tool to Assess Pelvic Endometriosis Development in Murine Models.. In: Reproductive sciences (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), Vol. 16, no. 12, p. 1117-24 (2009)
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