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Patterns of cell proliferation and apoptosis by topographic region in normal Bos taurus vs. Bos indicus crossbreeds bovine placentae during pregnancy

By Patricia R Facciotti, Rose EG Rici, Durvanei A Maria, Marcelo Bertolini, Carlos E Ambrósio and Maria A Miglino
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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