Significant improvement of direct reprogramming efficacy of fibroblasts into progenitor endothelial cells by ETV2 and hypoxia

Phuc Van Pham, Ngoc Bich Vu, Hoa Trong Nguyen, Oanh Thuy Huynh, Mai Thi-Hoang Truong, T Bogoslovsky, RG Shaffer, D Tasev, E Colombo, T Asahara, P Donndorf, YY Bai, SW Kim, J Kim, EB Peters, PV Phuc, CH Hu, CH Hu, A Schuh, C KalkaA Kawamoto, W Suh, SK Cha, C Haller, DW Losordo, DW Losordo, DW Losordo, SH Li, Q She, JX Yu, A Flex, T Asahara, C Kalka, JM Isner, MC Yoder, MP White, L Wang, SJ Park, EA Kimbrel, R Lanza, OE Simonson, A Margariti, J Li, JK Han, R Morita, M Ginsberg, X Shi, MO Schupp, C Park, S Foja, H Shimada, Y Yoshida, K Iida, WK Nahm, L Zhou, V Falanga, F Liu, AN Behrens, I Elcheva, AG Lindgren, MB Veldman, S Lin, MP Craig, Z Zhang, J Jackson, A Minchenko, C Hitchon, DS Steinbrech, DS Steinbrech, EY Lee, J Rehman

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