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A soluble, thermolabile factor secreted into the apical medium of epithelial cells monolayers promotes increase of transepithelial electrical resistance



A soluble, thermolabile factor secreted into the apical medium of epithelial cells monolayers promotes increase of transepithelial electrical resistance



Molecular Biology of the Cell 3(Suppl. ): 218A




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