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Schwann cell proliferation during postnatal development, Wallerian degeneration and axon regeneration in trembler dysmyelinating mutant



Schwann cell proliferation during postnatal development, Wallerian degeneration and axon regeneration in trembler dysmyelinating mutant



Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 296: 227-238




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