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Cloning and sequencing of mouse collagenase cDNA. Divergence of mouse and rat collagenases from the other mammalian collagenases.

Bibliographic reference Henriet, Patrick ; Rousseau, Guy ; Eeckhout, Yves. Cloning and sequencing of mouse collagenase cDNA. Divergence of mouse and rat collagenases from the other mammalian collagenases.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 310, no. 2, p. 175-8 (1992)
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