Cells in human post-mortem brain tissue slices remain alive for several weeks in culture

R.W.H. Verwer, W.T.J.M.C. Hermens, P.A. Dijkhuizen, O. ter Brake, R.E. Baker, A. Salehi, A.A. Sluiter, M.J.M. Kok, L.J. Müller, J. Verhaagen, D.F. Swaab

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)54-60
JournalThe FASEB journal
Volume16
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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Verwer, R. W. H., Hermens, W. T. J. M. C., Dijkhuizen, P. A., Brake, O. T., Baker, R. E., Salehi, A., Sluiter, A. A., Kok, M. J. M., Müller, L. J., Verhaagen, J., & Swaab, D. F. (2002). Cells in human post-mortem brain tissue slices remain alive for several weeks in culture. The FASEB journal, 16, 54-60.