16 January 2018

SYRCLE (Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga and Kim Wever) has published an invited Editorial in the British Medical Journal on how to improve the conduct, reporting and appraisal for animal research, for better translation from preclinical evidence to human patients.

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This research has been conducted within the theme of Reconstructive and regenerative medicine

 
Merel Ritskes and Kim Wever

 

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