The adult spinal cord harbors a population of GFAP-positive progenitors with limited self-renewal potential
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The adult spinal cord harbors a population of GFAP-positive progenitors with limited self-renewal potential

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Fiorelli, R.; Cebrián Silla, Arantxa; García Verdugo, José Manuel; Raineteau, O.
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    Fiorelli, R.; Cebrián Silla, Arantxa; Garcia Verdugo, Jose Manuel; Raineteau, O. (2013) The adult spinal cord harbors a population of GFAP-positive progenitors with limited self-renewal potential. Glia 61 12 2100 2113
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/glia.22579

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