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Systematic expression analysis of Hox genes at adulthood reveals novel patterns in the central nervous system.

Bibliographic reference Hutlet, Bertrand ; Theys, Nicolas ; Coste, Cécile ; Ahn, Marie-Thérèse ; Doshishti-Agolli, Konstantin ; et. al. Systematic expression analysis of Hox genes at adulthood reveals novel patterns in the central nervous system.. In: Brain Structure and Function (Print Edition), Vol. 221, p. 1223-1243 (2016)
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