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Assessment of the Risk of Blastomere Biopsy during Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in a Mouse Model: Reducing Female Ovary Function with an Increase in Age by Proteomics Method
Source PublicationJournal of Proteome Research
2013
Volume12Issue:12Pages:5475-5486
Yu Y(于洋); Yue Zhao; Rong Li; Li Li; Hong-Cui Zhao; Min Li; Sha JH(沙家豪); Zhou Q(周琪); Qiao J(乔杰)
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioz.ac.cn/handle/000000/10283
Collection干细胞与生殖生物学国家重点实验室
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Yu Y,Yue Zhao,Rong Li,et al. Assessment of the Risk of Blastomere Biopsy during Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in a Mouse Model: Reducing Female Ovary Function with an Increase in Age by Proteomics Method[J]. Journal of Proteome Research,2013,12(12):5475-5486.
APA 于洋.,Yue Zhao.,Rong Li.,Li Li.,Hong-Cui Zhao.,...&乔杰.(2013).Assessment of the Risk of Blastomere Biopsy during Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in a Mouse Model: Reducing Female Ovary Function with an Increase in Age by Proteomics Method.Journal of Proteome Research,12(12),5475-5486.
MLA 于洋,et al."Assessment of the Risk of Blastomere Biopsy during Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in a Mouse Model: Reducing Female Ovary Function with an Increase in Age by Proteomics Method".Journal of Proteome Research 12.12(2013):5475-5486.
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