DOI:10.1089/rej.2010.1119
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Interview with Jan Vijg, Ph.D. [Interviewed by Vicki Glaser].
J. Vijg
Published 2010
Biology, Medicine
Rejuvenation research
Editor’s note: The interview series in Rejuvenation Research is a unique and, I believe, highly valuable feature of the Journal, giving readers insights into the thinking and motivation of some of… Expand
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