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Reduced expression of NFAT-associated genes in UCB versus adult CD4plus T lymphocytes during primary stimulation

Reduced expression of NFAT-associated genes in UCB versus adult CD4plus T lymphocytes during primary stimulation

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KAMINSKI, Beth A., Suzanne KADEREIT, Robin E. MILLER, Patrick LEAHY, Kevin R. STEIN, David A. TOPA, Tomas RADIVOYEVITCH, Martina L. VEIGL, Mary J. LAUGHLIN, 2003. Reduced expression of NFAT-associated genes in UCB versus adult CD4plus T lymphocytes during primary stimulation. In: Blood. 102(13), pp. 4608-4617

@article{Kaminski2003Reduc-8227, title={Reduced expression of NFAT-associated genes in UCB versus adult CD4plus T lymphocytes during primary stimulation}, year={2003}, number={13}, volume={102}, journal={Blood}, pages={4608--4617}, author={Kaminski, Beth A. and Kadereit, Suzanne and Miller, Robin E. and Leahy, Patrick and Stein, Kevin R. and Topa, David A. and Radivoyevitch, Tomas and Veigl, Martina L. and Laughlin, Mary J.} }

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