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Non-transcriptional interactions of Hox proteins: Inventory, facts, and future directions

Bibliographic reference Rezsohazy, René. Non-transcriptional interactions of Hox proteins: Inventory, facts, and future directions. In: Developmental Dynamics, Vol. 243, no.1, p. 117-131 (2014)
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