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Photochemically Activated Notch Signaling Hydrogel Preferentially Differentiates Human Derived Hepatoblasts to Cholangiocytes

Photochemically Activated Notch Signaling Hydrogel Preferentially Differentiates Human Derived Hepatoblasts to Cholangiocytes

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RIZWAN, Muhammad, Ana FOKINA, Tove KIVIJÄRVI, Mina OGAWA, Markus KUFLEITNER, Onofrio LASELVA, Laura J. SMITH, Christine E. BEAR, Shinichiro OGAWA, Molly S. SHOICHET, 2020. Photochemically Activated Notch Signaling Hydrogel Preferentially Differentiates Human Derived Hepatoblasts to Cholangiocytes. In: Advanced Functional Materials. Wiley. ISSN 1616-301X. eISSN 1616-3028. Available under: doi: 10.1002/adfm.202006116

@article{Rizwan2020Photo-51874, title={Photochemically Activated Notch Signaling Hydrogel Preferentially Differentiates Human Derived Hepatoblasts to Cholangiocytes}, year={2020}, doi={10.1002/adfm.202006116}, issn={1616-301X}, journal={Advanced Functional Materials}, author={Rizwan, Muhammad and Fokina, Ana and Kivijärvi, Tove and Ogawa, Mina and Kufleitner, Markus and Laselva, Onofrio and Smith, Laura J. and Bear, Christine E. and Ogawa, Shinichiro and Shoichet, Molly S.} }

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