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Implications of MicroRNAs in the Vascular Homeostasis and Remodeling

By Seahyoung Lee, Eunhyun Choi, Min-Ji Cha and Ki-Chul Hwang

Submitted: October 16th 2014Reviewed: April 30th 2015Published: September 2nd 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60740

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Seahyoung Lee, Eunhyun Choi, Min-Ji Cha and Ki-Chul Hwang (September 2nd 2015). Implications of MicroRNAs in the Vascular Homeostasis and Remodeling, Muscle Cell and Tissue Kunihiro Sakuma, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60740. Available from:

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