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Different collagenase gene products have different roles in degradation of type I collagen

Bibliographic reference Krane, SM. ; Byrne, MH. ; Henriet, Patrick ; Jeffrey, JJ. ; Witter, JP. ; et. al. Different collagenase gene products have different roles in degradation of type I collagen. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 271, no. 45, p. 28509-28515 (1996)
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