Molecular Biology & Biochemistry -2018 The Feasibility of Driving Nucleated Blood Cells to Pluripotency in Cases of Leukemia
Lia Monica Junie
Division of Genetics andDevelopment, Toronto Western Research Institute
University Health Network, Canada
Associate Professor, Chemical and Bioengineering Department
North Carolina A & T State University, USA
Purdue University, USA
Journal Impact Factor 0.75*
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Lia Monica Junie
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