Human Gene Set: HU_FETAL_RETINA_BLOOD


Standard name HU_FETAL_RETINA_BLOOD
Systematic name M39263
Brief description Fetal Blood Cells
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Collection C8: Cell Type Signature
Source publication Pubmed 31269016   Authors: Hu Y,Wang X,Hu B,Mao Y,Chen Y,Yan L,Yong J,Dong J,Wei Y,Wang W,Wen L,Qiao J,Tang F
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Source species Homo sapiens
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