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Dynamic Pattern of HOXB9 Protein Localization during Oocyte Maturation and Early Embryonic Development in Mammals

Bibliographic reference Sauvegarde, Caroline ; Paul, Delphine ; Bridoux, Laure ; Jouneau, Alice ; Degrelle, Séverine ; et. al. Dynamic Pattern of HOXB9 Protein Localization during Oocyte Maturation and Early Embryonic Development in Mammals. In: PLoS One, Vol. 11, no.10, p. e0165898 (2016)
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