Extracellular matrix influences on gene expression [proceedings]

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Statementedited by Harold C. Slavkin, Richard C. Greulich.
ContributionsSlavkin, Harold C., ed., Greulich, Richard C., ed.
LC ClassificationsQH603.E93 E96
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Paginationxli, 833 p. :
Number of Pages833
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Open LibraryOL5183510M
ISBN 100126483604
LC Control Number75001401

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