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Phenotypes of the ovarian follicular basal lamina predict developmental competence of oocytes

By Helen F. Irving-Rodgers, Stephanie Morris, Rachael A. Collett, Teija T. Peura, Margaret Davy, Jeremy G. Thompson, Helen D. Mason and Raymond J. Rodgers
Topics: Original Articles
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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