Les cellules souches et le clonnage thérapeutique - Laure Coulombel

Une conférence de l'UTLS au Lycée

Les cellules souches et le clonnage thérapeutique par Laure Coulombel (INSERM, département cellules souches)

Lycée Nazareth Haffreingue (Boulogne sur mer 62)


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