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Proteomics-based investigation in C2C12 myoblast differentiation

By L. Casadei, L. Vallorani, A.M. Gioacchini, M. Guescini, S. Burattini, A. D’Emilio, L. Biagiotti, E. Falcieri and V. Stocchi

Abstract

Skeletal muscle cell differentiation is a multistage process extensively studied over the years. Even if great improvements have been achieved in defining biological process underlying myogenesis, many molecular mechanisms need still to be clarified

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