CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL

KLOCKE R, ROBERDS SL, TAMKUN MM, GRONEMEIER M, AUGUSTIN A, ALBRECHT B, PONGS O, Jockusch H (1993)
GENOMICS 18(3): 568-574.

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KLOCKE R, ROBERDS SL, TAMKUN MM, et al. CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL. GENOMICS. 1993;18(3):568-574.
KLOCKE, R., ROBERDS, S. L., TAMKUN, M. M., GRONEMEIER, M., AUGUSTIN, A., ALBRECHT, B., PONGS, O., et al. (1993). CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL. GENOMICS, 18(3), 568-574.
KLOCKE, R., ROBERDS, S. L., TAMKUN, M. M., GRONEMEIER, M., AUGUSTIN, A., ALBRECHT, B., PONGS, O., and Jockusch, H. (1993). CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL. GENOMICS 18, 568-574.
KLOCKE, R., et al., 1993. CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL. GENOMICS, 18(3), p 568-574.
R. KLOCKE, et al., “CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL”, GENOMICS, vol. 18, 1993, pp. 568-574.
KLOCKE, R., ROBERDS, S.L., TAMKUN, M.M., GRONEMEIER, M., AUGUSTIN, A., ALBRECHT, B., PONGS, O., Jockusch, H.: CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL. GENOMICS. 18, 568-574 (1993).
KLOCKE, R, ROBERDS, SL, TAMKUN, MM, GRONEMEIER, M, AUGUSTIN, A, ALBRECHT, B, PONGS, O, and Jockusch, Harald. “CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING IN THE MOUSE OF 8 K+-CHANNEL GENES REPRESENTING THE 4 SHAKER-LIKE SUBFAMILIES SHAKER, SHAB, SHAW, AND SHAL”. GENOMICS 18.3 (1993): 568-574.
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