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Promoting the survival, migration and integration of Schwann cells by over-expression of polysialic acid

@inproceedings{Luo2011PromotingTS,
  title={Promoting the survival, migration and integration of Schwann cells by over-expression of polysialic acid},
  author={J. Luo},
  year={2011}
}
....................................................................................... 2 Acknowledgements ........................................................................... 4 Statement of original contributions .............................................. 5 List of abbrevations ...................................................................... 6 Table of contents ......................................................................... 11 List of figures… Expand

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