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Regulation of expression of the rat SOCS-3 gene in hepatocytes by growth hormone, interleukin-6 and glucocorticoids mRNA analysis and promoter characterization.

Bibliographic reference Paul, Claudine ; Seiliez, I ; Thissen, Jean-Paul ; Le Cam, A. Regulation of expression of the rat SOCS-3 gene in hepatocytes by growth hormone, interleukin-6 and glucocorticoids mRNA analysis and promoter characterization.. In: European journal of biochemistry / FEBS, Vol. 267, no. 19, p. 5849-57 (2000)
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