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Stable X Chromosome Reactivation in Female Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Tahsin Stefan Barakat, Mehrnaz Ghazvini, Bas de Hoon, Tracy Li, Bert Eussen, Hannie Douben, Reinier van der Linden, Nathalie van der Stap, Marjan Boter, Joop S. Laven, Robert-Jan Galjaard, J. Anton Grootegoed, Annelies de Klein, Joost Gribnau Stem Cell Reports Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages (February 2015) DOI: /j.stemcr Copyright © 2015 The Authors Terms and Conditions Terms and Conditions
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