Effects of bFGF and BDNF on the cells of injured adult mouse olfactory epithelium in vitro

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ZHANG Xiao-Dong()
GUO Zhan-Fang()
Ning LIU()
Fred J.ROISEN()
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ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SINICA
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Volume 52, Issue 03, 2000
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