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Distribution of CD133 reveals glioma stem cells self-renew through symmetric and asymmetric cell divisions.

Lathia JD, Hitomi M, Gallagher J, Gadani SP, Adkins J, Vasanji A, Liu L, Eyler CE, Heddleston JM, Wu Q, Minhas S, Soeda A, Hoeppner DJ, Ravin R, McKay RD, McLendon RE, Corbeil D, Chenn A, Hjelmeland AB, Park DM, Rich JN. Distribution of CD133 reveals glioma stem cells self-renew through symmetric and asymmetric cell divisions. Cell Death Dis. 2011 Sep 01; 2:e200.

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