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Subject: [nihms] Manuscript #47844: Please review PDF
Dear Michael Rubart-Van Der Lohe:
The manuscript "Adult Bone Marrow-derived Cells Do Not Acquire Functional Attributes of Cardiomyocytes When Transplanted into Peri-infarct Myocardium" has been submitted to the NIH Manuscript Submission System (NIHMS) in support of the NIH Public Access Policy.
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Scherschel JA, Soonpaa MH, Srour EF, Field LJ, Rubart M (2008) Adult Bone Marrow-derived cells do not acquire functional attributes of Cardiomyocytes When Transplanted into Peri-infarct Myocardium, Molecular Therapy, epub April 22, 2008. NIHMSID:47844
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