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    depends on depth of vs dpends on the depth of

    "Differential expression of angiogenic and vasodilatory factors by invasive trophoblast giant cells depending on depth of invasion."

    What's the difference between "...on depth of ...." and "....on the depth of..."? Could I use both interchangeably?

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    Re: depends on depth of vs dpends on the depth of

    Yes, you could.

    Rover

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