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Cell Cycle Modification in Trophoblast Cell Populations in the Course of Placenta Formation

By Tatiana Zybina and Eugenia Zybina

Submitted: November 3rd 2010Reviewed: June 6th 2011Published: September 26th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/19364

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Tatiana Zybina and Eugenia Zybina (September 26th 2011). Cell Cycle Modification in Trophoblast Cell Populations in the Course of Placenta Formation, DNA Replication and Related Cellular Processes, Jelena Kusic-Tisma, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/19364. Available from:

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