Published in Blood Weekly, October 5th, 2000
"The molecular and biochemical characterization of the Chapel Hill strain of hemophilia B dogs includes precise conditions required for immunodetection of trace amounts of canine factor IX (cFIX)," stated Timothy C. Nichols and colleagues from the UNC-CH, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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