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In vivo monitoring of fetoplacental Vegfr2 gene activity in a murine pregnancy model using a Vegfr2-luc reporter gene and bioluminescent imaging

By Jonathan M Greene, Chad W Dunaway, Susan D Bowers, Brian J Rude, Jean M Feugang and Peter L Ryan
Topics: Methodology
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