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FOXC2-AS1 regulates phenotypic transition, proliferation and migration of human great saphenous vein smooth muscle cells

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FOXC2-AS1 regulates phenotypic transition, proliferation and migration of human great saphenous vein smooth muscle cells
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Biological Research, December 2019
DOI 10.1186/s40659-019-0266-z
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Chuang Zhang, Huixiang Li, Xueli Guo

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