DIPPER, a spatiotemporal proteomics atlas of human intervertebral discs for exploring ageing and degeneration dynamics

  1. Vivian Tam
  2. Peikai Chen
  3. Anita Yee
  4. Nestor Solis
  5. Theo Klein
  6. Mateusz Kudelko
  7. Rakesh Sharma
  8. Wilson CW Chan
  9. Christopher M Overall
  10. Lisbet Haglund
  11. Pak C Sham
  12. Kathryn Song Eng Cheah
  13. Danny Chan  Is a corresponding author
  1. The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  2. University of British Columbia, Canada
  3. McGill University, Canada
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  1. Vivian Tam
  2. Peikai Chen
  3. Anita Yee
  4. Nestor Solis
  5. Theo Klein
  6. Mateusz Kudelko
  7. Rakesh Sharma
  8. Wilson CW Chan
  9. Christopher M Overall
  10. Lisbet Haglund
  11. Pak C Sham
  12. Kathryn Song Eng Cheah
  13. Danny Chan
(2020)
DIPPER, a spatiotemporal proteomics atlas of human intervertebral discs for exploring ageing and degeneration dynamics
eLife 9:e64940.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.64940