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1. Molekulare Analyse der mRNA-Expression von Plasma-Prokallikrein


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2. Competitive mate choice : how need for speed beats quests for quality and harmony


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3. MicroRNAs in flow-dependent vascular remodeling


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4. MicroRNAs in flow-dependent vascular remodelling


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5. Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-1 (TIMP-1) regulates mesenchymal stem cells through let-7f microRNA and Wnt/β-catenin signaling

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6. The use of four-colour immunofluorescence techniques to identify mesenchymal stem cells

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7. Competitive Mate Choice: How Need for Speed Beats Quests for Quality and Harmony

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8. Human mesenchymal stem cells at the single-cell level: simultaneous seven-colour immunofluorescence

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9. Expression of plasma prekallikrein mRNA in human nonhepatic tissues and cell lineages suggests special local functions of the enzyme


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10. Cellular expression of plasma prekallikrein in human tissues


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