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Decrease of RNA editing in the failing heart leads to induction of circRNAs

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Miss Karoline Elizabeth Kokot

University Hospital Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany)
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Speaker: Ms J. Kneuer (Leipzig, DE)

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Speakers: Miss K. Kokot, Ms S. Kerth, Mr M. Merten, Ms J. Kneuer, Doctor L. Hasselbach...
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ESC Congress 2022

26 August - 29 August 2022

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