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Neural Stem Cells Achieve and Maintain Pluripotency without Feeder Cells

By Hyun Woo Choi, Jong Soo Kim, Sol Choi, Hyo Jin Jang, Min Jung Kim, Youngsok Choi, Hans R. Schöler, Hyung Min Chung and Jeong Tae Do
Topics: Research Article
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