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A culture device demonstrates that hydrostatic pressure increases mRNA of RGS5 in neuroblastoma and CHC1-L in lymphocytic cells.

A culture device demonstrates that hydrostatic pressure increases mRNA of RGS5 in neuroblastoma and CHC1-L in lymphocytic cells. Cells Tissues Organs. 2003; 174(4):155-61.

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