The 53 references in paper O. Tsinkalovsky R., V. Zaidenov A., A. Pakhotnykh S., V. Andrianov A., О. Цынкаловский Р., В. Зайденов А., А. Пахотных С., В. Андрианов А. (2014) “ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ «SIDE POPULATION» ДЛЯ ВЫДЕЛЕНИЯ СТВОЛОВЫХ КЛЕТОК В НОРМАЛЬНЫХ И ОПУХОЛЕВЫХ ТКАНЯХ // EMPLOYMENT OF A «SIDE POPULATION» APPROACH TO STEM CELL ISOLATION IN NORMAL AND TUMOR TISSUES” / spz:neicon:mimmun:y:2008:i:5:p:319-326

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