A.M. Alsema, MSc

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E-mail:
a.m.alsema umcg.nl

Research

Publications
  1. Human Microglia Acquire a More Mature, Homeostatic Phenotype During the Transition of the First and Second Trimester of Gestation.

    Eskandar, S., Borggrewe, M., Alsema, A. M., Brouwer, N., Meijer, M., Lopes, S. M. C. D. S., Nieveen, M. C., Kooistra, S. M., Scherjon, S. A., Prins, J. R. & Eggen, B. J. L., Mar-2020, In : Reproductive Sciences. 27, SUPPL 1, p. 109A-109A 1 p.

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  2. Microglial development in the human fetus

    Kracht, L., Borggrewe, M., Eskandar, S., Alsema, A., Brouwer, N., Prins, J., Kooistra, S., Scherjon, S. & Eggen, B., Jul-2019, In : Glia. 67, p. E303-E303 1 p.

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