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In vivo gene transfer in the female bovine: potential applications for biomedical research in reproductive sciences

In vivo gene transfer in the female bovine: potential applications for biomedical research in reproductive sciences
In vivo gene transfer in the female bovine: potential applications for biomedical research in reproductive sciences
978-953-307-514-3
217-244
INTECH
Velazquez, M.A.
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Kues, WA
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Malgorzata Anna, Komorowska
Sylwia, Olsztynska-Janus
Velazquez, M.A.
706e7de5-8cdb-4f2b-b47d-128166bdbea4
Kues, WA
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Malgorzata Anna, Komorowska
Sylwia, Olsztynska-Janus

Velazquez, M.A. and Kues, WA (2011) In vivo gene transfer in the female bovine: potential applications for biomedical research in reproductive sciences. In, Malgorzata Anna, Komorowska and Sylwia, Olsztynska-Janus (eds.) Biomedical Engineering, Trends, Research and Technologies. Rijeka, HR. INTECH, pp. 217-244. (doi:10.5772/13038).

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Published date: January 2011
Organisations: Centre for Biological Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 369462
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/369462
ISBN: 978-953-307-514-3
PURE UUID: 5ec9d819-ecf7-4c6a-ab32-1912cd4bd3da

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