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HOXA5 localization in postnatal and adult mouse brain is suggestive of regulatory roles in postmitotic neurons.

Bibliographic reference Lizen, Benoît ; Hutlet, Bertrand ; Bissen, Diane ; Sauvegarde, Deborah ; Hermant, Maryse ; et. al. HOXA5 localization in postnatal and adult mouse brain is suggestive of regulatory roles in postmitotic neurons.. In: The Journal of Comparative Neurology, Vol. 525, no. 5, p. 1155-1175 (2017)
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