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Engineering Stem Cell Fate Controlling Biomaterials to Develop Muscle Connective Tissue Layered Myofibers

Engineering Stem Cell Fate Controlling Biomaterials to Develop Muscle Connective Tissue Layered Myofibers

Published by Advanced Functional Materials in the Wiley Online Library, read the newest paper by Stepping Strong Breakthrough Awardees, Su Ryon Shin (2020) and Indranil Sinha (2018), and Medical Executive Committee member, Olivier Pourquie. 

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Published by Advanced Functional Materials in the Wiley Online Library, read the newest paper by Stepping Strong Breakthrough Awardees, Su Ryon Shin (2020) and Indranil Sinha (2018), and Medical Executive Committee member, Olivier Pourquie.  Source: Advanced Functional Materials 

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