Transcriptional Activation by Oct4 Is Sufficient for the Maintenance and Induction of Pluripotency
Fella Hammachi,Gillian M. Morrison,Alexei A. Sharov,Alessandra Livigni,Santosh Narayan,Eirini P. Papapetrou,James O'Malley,Keisuke Kaji,Minoru S.H. Ko,Mark Ptashne,Joshua M. Brickman
23 February 2012
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