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Growth factors

Here are entered works on a group of polypeptides that control cellular responses such as cell multiplication by mechanisms analogous to classical endocrine hormones.

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  • Cell growth factors
  • Cellular growth factors
  • Growth peptides
  • Growth promoting substances
  • Growth substances
  • Peptide growth factors
  • Peptide regulatory factors
  • Polypeptide growth factors
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