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Novel role of extracellular matrix protein 1 (ECM1) in cardiac aging and myocardial infarction
- Creator: Hardy, Sean A. , Mabotuwana, Nishani S. , Rainer, Peter P. , Hansbro, Philip M. , Boyle, Andrew J. , Murtha, Lucy A. , Coulter, Briannia , Sanchez-Bezanilla, Sonia , Al-Omary, Mohammad S. , Senanayake, Tharindu , Loering, Svenja , Starkey, Malcom , Lee, Randall J.
- Resource Type: journal article
- Date: 2019