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P. C. Ângelo, Ferreira, A. C. S., Fonseca, V. D., Frade, S. P., Ferreira, C. S., Malta, F. S. V., Pereira, A. K., Leite, H. V., Brum, A. P., Pardini, V. C., Gomes, K. B., and Cabral, A. C. V., Cryopreservation does not alter karyotype, multipotency, or NANOG/SOX2 gene expression of amniotic fluid mesenchymal stem cells, vol. 11, pp. 1002-1012, 2012.
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