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Noxp20 and Noxp70, two new markers of early neuronal differentiation, detected in teratocarcinoma-derived neuroectodermic precursor cells.

Bibliographic reference Boucquey, Marie ; De Plaen, Etienne ; Locker, M ; Poliard, A ; Mouillet-Richard, S ; et. al. Noxp20 and Noxp70, two new markers of early neuronal differentiation, detected in teratocarcinoma-derived neuroectodermic precursor cells.. In: Journal of neurochemistry, Vol. 99, no. 2, p. 657-69 (2006)
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