Evaluation of fetomaternal microchimeric cell potential on maternal wound healing by creating an amniotic fluid environment in a randomized-controlled murine model – postulating an overlooked paradigm on maternal wounds

2018-08-25
Özer, Kadri
Bulut, Özlem
Atan, Oğuz
Erdoğan Oğuz, Ayşe Selcen
Koçer, Rüya Gökhan
Gürsel, Mayda
Terzioğlu, Ahmet
Gürsel, İhsan

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K. Özer et al., “Evaluation of fetomaternal microchimeric cell potential on maternal wound healing by creating an amniotic fluid environment in a randomized-controlled murine model – postulating an overlooked paradigm on maternal wounds,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/79139.