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In Vivo or In Vitro? That is the Question

Article   Oct 02, 2017 | Original Article by Brett Spangler, Product Manager, Lonza

 
Studying the Role of Astrocytes and Microglia in Neurodegenerative Disease: in vivo animal models or in vitro cell culture?

© Lonza, Basel, Switzerland.

 
 
 

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