Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, September 13th, 2007
"Two hypotheses were put forward: firstly, that spontaneous regeneration of calvarial defects with noggin protein would result in diminished bone volume when compared with calvarial defects not so treated. Secondly, that centrifugal cranial expansion would remain undisturbed whether noggin was applied or not. A unilateral defect of the frontal and parietal bones...
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