An overgrowth phenotype of in vitro produced bovine fetuses is associated with marked changes in plasma IGF-IIR and other IGF-system components but is not caused by imprinting failure at the IGF2R locus / Hiendleder, S; Bebbere, D; Höflich, A; Bauersachs, S; Reichenbach, Hd; Wenigerkind, H; Stojkovic, M; Elmlinger, M; Ledda, Sergio; Wolf, E.. - In: EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES. - ISSN 0947-7349. - 12(2004), p. 112. ((Intervento presentato al convegno --- [DOI: 10.1055/s-2004-819059].

An overgrowth phenotype of in vitro produced bovine fetuses is associated with marked changes in plasma IGF-IIR and other IGF-system components but is not caused by imprinting failure at the IGF2R locus

Bebbere D;LEDDA, Sergio;
2004-01-01

An overgrowth phenotype of in vitro produced bovine fetuses is associated with marked changes in plasma IGF-IIR and other IGF-system components but is not caused by imprinting failure at the IGF2R locus / Hiendleder, S; Bebbere, D; Höflich, A; Bauersachs, S; Reichenbach, Hd; Wenigerkind, H; Stojkovic, M; Elmlinger, M; Ledda, Sergio; Wolf, E.. - In: EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES. - ISSN 0947-7349. - 12(2004), p. 112. ((Intervento presentato al convegno --- [DOI: 10.1055/s-2004-819059].
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