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How Many Yeast Genes Code for Membrane-spanning Proteins

Bibliographic reference Goffeau, André ; Slonimski, P. ; Nakai, K. ; Risler, JL.. How Many Yeast Genes Code for Membrane-spanning Proteins. In: Yeast : a forum for yeast researchers, Vol. 9, no. 7, p. 691-702 (1993)
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