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Assignment of rat Jun family genes to chromosome 19 (Junb), chromosome 5q31-33 (Jun), and chromosome 16 (Jund)

Bibliographic reference Szpirer, C. ; Tissir, Fadel ; Rivière, M. ; Levan, G. ; Szpirer, J.. Assignment of rat Jun family genes to chromosome 19 (Junb), chromosome 5q31-33 (Jun), and chromosome 16 (Jund). In: Mammalian genome : official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society, Vol. 5, no.6, p. 361-4 (1994)
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