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2012
C. L. Hou, Huang, Q., Wei, Y., Zhang, W., Mi, J. H., Ying, D. J., and Zhou, Z. H., Protein transduction domain-hA20 fusion protein protects endothelial cells against high glucose-induced injury, vol. 11, pp. 1899-1908, 2012.
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2011
C. L. Hou, Zhang, W., Wei, Y., Mi, J. H., Li, L., Zhou, Z. H., Zeng, W., and Ying, D. J., Zinc finger protein A20 overexpression inhibits monocyte homing and protects endothelial cells from injury induced by high glucose, vol. 10, pp. 1050-1059, 2011.
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