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May 2016
Volume 60, Number 5
Since emerging in the late 19th century, formaldehyde fixation has become a standard...
Matthew B. O'Rourke, and Matthew P. Padula
Neutrophils are the predominant cells during acute phases of inflammation, and it is now recognized...
Patricia M. Cano, Amandine Vargas, and Jean-Pierre Lavoie
In contrast to most common gene delivery techniques, lentiviral vectors allow targeting of almost...
Philippe De Groote, Sasker Grootjans, Saskia Lippens, Chantal Eichperger, Kirsten Leurs, Irene Kahr, Giel Tanghe, Inge Bruggeman, Wouter De Schamphelaire, Corinne Urwyler, Peter Vandenabeele, Jurgen Haustraete, and Wim Declercq

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