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Aberrant demethylation of the recoverin gene is involved in the aberrant expression of recoverin in cancer cells

Bibliographic reference Bazhin, Alexandr V. ; De Smet, Charles ; Golovastova, Marina O. ; Schmidt, Jan ; Philippov, Pavel P.. Aberrant demethylation of the recoverin gene is involved in the aberrant expression of recoverin in cancer cells. In: Experimental Dermatology, Vol. 19, no. 11, p. 1023-5 (2010)
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