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Biochemical properties of encapsulated high-density 3-D HepG2 aggregates formed in an ultrasound trap for application in hepatotoxicity studies : Biochemical responses of encapsulated 3-D HepG2 aggregates.

Biochemical properties of encapsulated high-density 3-D HepG2 aggregates formed in an ultrasound trap for application in hepatotoxicity studies : Biochemical responses of encapsulated 3-D HepG2 aggregates. Cell Biol Toxicol. 2010 Apr; 26(2):127-41.

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