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Original Research Paper Specific mesoderm subset derived from human pluripotent stem cells ameliorates microvascular pathology in type 2 diabetic mice
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abm5559
Science Advances , Mar 4, 2022
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How to cite: Readers should cite both the Bio-protocol article and the original research article where this protocol was used:
1. Yoder, M. , Grant, M. and Li Calzi, S. (2022). Immunohistochemistry of murine retina. Bio-protocol. bio-protocol.org/prep1649.
2. Gil, C., Chakraborty, D., Vieira, C., Prasain, N., Calzi, S., Fortmann, S., Hu, P., Banno, K., Jamal, M., Huang, C., Sielski, M., Lin, Y., Huang, X., Dupont, M., Floyd, J., Prasad, R., Longhini, A., McGill, T., Chung, H., Murphy, M., Kotton, D., Boulton, M., Yoder, M. and Grant, M.(2022). Specific mesoderm subset derived from human pluripotent stem cells ameliorates microvascular pathology in type 2 diabetic mice. Science Advances 8(9). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abm5559
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