Graft copolymer having hydrophobic backbone and hydrophilic branches. 33. Interaction of hepatocytes and polystyrene nanospheres having lactose-immobilized hydrophilic polymers on their surfaces

T. Uchida, T. Serizawa, H. Ise, T. Akaike, M. Akashi

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