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A Novel RNA Oligonucleotide Improves Liver Function and Inhibits Liver Carcinogenesis in vivo

Nagy Habib, Imperial College London, speaking at Genomics Research Europe 2013.
Date Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2013
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