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A dual role for planar cell polarity genes in ciliated cells

Bibliographic reference Boutin, Camille ; Labedan, Paul ; Dimidschstein, Jordane ; Richard, Fabrice ; Cremer, Harold ; et. al. A dual role for planar cell polarity genes in ciliated cells. In: Proceedings of the National academy of sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 111, no. 30, p. E3129-E3138 (2014)
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