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Week 46: Intrinsic DNA damage repair deficiency results in progressive microglia loss and replacement

Open Access publication of the Week
16 November 2020
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Xiaoming Zhang, Yang Heng, Susanne Kooistra, Hilmar Weering, Maaike Brummer, Emma Gerrits, Evelyn Wesseling, Nieske Brouwer, Tjalling Nijboer, Marissa Dubbelaar, Erik Boddeke, and Bart Eggen

In: Glia. 2020;1–17., DOI: 10.1002/gli a.23925

Eggen, prof. dr. B.J.L.

prof. dr. B.J.L. (Bart) Eggen
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