REVERSING THE PROGRESS OF LIVER FIBROSIS USING MEMBRANE VESICLES SECRETED FROM COMMENSAL BACTERIA

2014-04-01
Aydin, M. M.
Alpdundar, E.
Gürsel, Mayda
AKÇALI, KAMİL CAN

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Citation Formats
M. M. Aydin, E. Alpdundar, M. Gürsel, and K. C. AKÇALI, “REVERSING THE PROGRESS OF LIVER FIBROSIS USING MEMBRANE VESICLES SECRETED FROM COMMENSAL BACTERIA,” 2014, vol. 60, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/35904.