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The Sequence of An 8.8-kb Segment On the Left Arm of Chromosome-ii From Saccharomyces-cerevisiae Reveals 4 New Open Reading Frames Including Homologs of Animal Dna-polymerase Alpha-primases and Bacterial Gtp Cyclohydrolase-ii

Bibliographic reference Skala, J. ; Vandyck, L. ; Purnelle, Bénédicte ; Goffeau, André. The Sequence of An 8.8-kb Segment On the Left Arm of Chromosome-ii From Saccharomyces-cerevisiae Reveals 4 New Open Reading Frames Including Homologs of Animal Dna-polymerase Alpha-primases and Bacterial Gtp Cyclohydrolase-ii. In: Yeast : a forum for yeast researchers, Vol. 10, p. S13-S24 (1994)
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