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Tumor susceptibility gene 101 is required for the maintenance of uterine epithelial cells during embryo implantation

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Title
Tumor susceptibility gene 101 is required for the maintenance of uterine epithelial cells during embryo implantation
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Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, July 2021
DOI 10.1186/s12958-021-00788-z
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Hyunji Byun, Sojung Kwon, Kay-Uwe Wagner, Hyejin Shin, Hyunjung Jade Lim

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#19,221,087
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#760
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