Homeostatic and Tissue Reparation Defaults in Mice Carrying Selective Genetic Invalidation of CXCL12/Proteoglycan Interactions

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  title={Homeostatic and Tissue Reparation Defaults in Mice Carrying Selective Genetic Invalidation of CXCL12/Proteoglycan Interactions},
  author={PatriciaRueda and Ad{\`e}leRichart and AliceR{\'e}calde and PamelaGasse and JoséVilar and CoralieGu{\'e}rin and HuguesLortat-Jacob and PauloVieira and Frano̧iseBaleux and FabriceChretien and FernandoArenzana-Seisdedos and Jean-SébastienSilvestre},
  year={2012}
}

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