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Title

Understanding regression of Hensen´s node and the caudal stem zone: a mathematical modelling approach

AuthorsHarrison, N. C.; Díez del Corral, Ruth ; Vasiev, B.
Issue Date2009
CitationSymposium on Developmental Biology from a Cell Biology and Biophysics Perspective (2009)
DescriptionPoster presented at the Symposium on developmental biology from a cell biology and biophysics perspective, May 21-22, 2009, CNIC, Madrid.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/93854
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