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Imaging Arm Regeneration : Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy to Dissect the Process in Octopus vulgaris

Imaging Arm Regeneration : Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy to Dissect the Process in Octopus vulgaris

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IMPERADORE, Pamela, Roberta GALLI, Martin J. WINTERHALDER, Andreas ZUMBUSCH, Ortrud UCKERMANN, 2022. Imaging Arm Regeneration : Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy to Dissect the Process in Octopus vulgaris. In: Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. Frontiers Media. 10, 814746. eISSN 2296-634X. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fcell.2022.814746

@article{Imperadore2022Imagi-56822, title={Imaging Arm Regeneration : Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy to Dissect the Process in Octopus vulgaris}, year={2022}, doi={10.3389/fcell.2022.814746}, volume={10}, journal={Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology}, author={Imperadore, Pamela and Galli, Roberta and Winterhalder, Martin J. and Zumbusch, Andreas and Uckermann, Ortrud}, note={Article Number: 814746} }

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