Human Down syndrome fibroblasts exhibit changes in cell motility due to increased adhesion

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Cassidy, P., Kelemen, S., Bailey, S., Bumbledare, T., Kershner, L., & Welshhans, K. (2018). Human Down syndrome fibroblasts exhibit changes in cell motility due to increased adhesion. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5740
Cassidy, Paige, Shelby Kelemen, Samantha Bailey, Taylor Bumbledare, Leah Kershner, and Kristy Welshhans. 2018. “Human Down Syndrome Fibroblasts Exhibit Changes in Cell Motility Due to Increased Adhesion”. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5740.
Cassidy, P., S. Kelemen, S. Bailey, T. Bumbledare, L. Kershner, and K. Welshhans. Human Down Syndrome Fibroblasts Exhibit Changes in Cell Motility Due to Increased Adhesion. 5 Apr. 2018, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5740.