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Construction of a Multiwell Light-Induction Platform for Traceless Control of Gene in Mammalian Cells
Methods in molecular biology, July 2020
Maysam Mansouri, Samson Lichtenstein, Tobias Strittmatter, Peter Buchmann, Martin Fussenegger, Mansouri, Maysam, Lichtenstein, Samson, Strittmatter, Tobias, Buchmann, Peter, Fussenegger, Martin
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