Gene Electrotransfer : a Mechanistic Perspective


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ROSAZZA, Christelle, Sasa Haberl MEGLIC, Andreas ZUMBUSCH, Marie-Pierre ROLS, Damijan MIKLAVCIC, 2016. Gene Electrotransfer : a Mechanistic Perspective. In: Current Gene Therapy. 16(2), pp. 98-129. ISSN 1566-5232. eISSN 1875-5631. Available under: doi: 10.2174/1566523216666160331130040

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