Myogenic Differentiation Potential of Human Newborn Foreskin Stem Cells Combined with Polycaprolactone-Based Nanofiber

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To Cite : Somuncu O S, Kasikci E, Somuncu S, Tasli P N, Sahin F. et al. Myogenic Differentiation Potential of Human Newborn Foreskin Stem Cells Combined with Polycaprolactone-Based Nanofiber, J Skin Stem Cell. 2016 ;3(1):e44923. doi: 10.5812/jssc.44923.
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