Cell Plasticity during in Vitro Differentiation of a Human Neuroblastoma Cell Line
The differentiation of nervous cells is a crucial process in the normal development of nervous tissue during ontogenesis, as well as for the regulation of cell plasticity during cell growth and regeneration.
KeywordsMuscarinic Receptor Secretory Granule Adenosine Receptor Human Neuroblastoma Cell IMR32 Cell
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