Molecular hydrogen becomes an atomic metal
Molecular hydrogen becomes an atomic metal
between 465 and 495 gigapascals at low temperature.

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Induction of functional dopamine neurons from human astrocytes in vitro and mouse astrocytes in a Parkinson's disease model. Di Val Cervo PR. et al. (2017). Nature Biotechnology35: 444–452.
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In situ bone tissue engineering via ultrasound-mediated gene delivery to endogenous progenitor cells in mini-pigs. Bez M. et al. (2017). Science Translational Medicine 9: eaal3128
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Haematopoietic stem and progenitor cells from human pluripotent stem cells. Sugimura R. et al. (2017). Nature 545: 432-438
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