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Factors from the regenerating lower vertebrate central nervous system promote neurite outgrowth from mammalian central nervous system neurons in vitro


Factors from the regenerating lower vertebrate central nervous system promote neurite outgrowth from mammalian central nervous system neurons in vitro



Neurology 36(4 Suppl 1): 144



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