THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES

KAUPMANN K, BECKERFOLLMANN J, SCHERER G, Jockusch H, STARZINSKIPOWITZ A (1992)
GENOMICS 14(2): 488-490.

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KAUPMANN K, BECKERFOLLMANN J, SCHERER G, Jockusch H, STARZINSKIPOWITZ A. THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES. GENOMICS. 1992;14(2):488-490.
KAUPMANN, K., BECKERFOLLMANN, J., SCHERER, G., Jockusch, H., & STARZINSKIPOWITZ, A. (1992). THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES. GENOMICS, 14(2), 488-490.
KAUPMANN, K., BECKERFOLLMANN, J., SCHERER, G., Jockusch, H., and STARZINSKIPOWITZ, A. (1992). THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES. GENOMICS 14, 488-490.
KAUPMANN, K., et al., 1992. THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES. GENOMICS, 14(2), p 488-490.
K. KAUPMANN, et al., “THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES”, GENOMICS, vol. 14, 1992, pp. 488-490.
KAUPMANN, K., BECKERFOLLMANN, J., SCHERER, G., Jockusch, H., STARZINSKIPOWITZ, A.: THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES. GENOMICS. 14, 488-490 (1992).
KAUPMANN, K, BECKERFOLLMANN, J, SCHERER, G, Jockusch, Harald, and STARZINSKIPOWITZ, A. “THE GENE FOR THE CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE M-CADHERIN MAPS TO MOUSE CHROMOSOME-8 AND HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 16Q24.1-QTER AND IS NEAR THE E-CADHERIN (UVOMORULIN) LOCUS IN BOTH SPECIES”. GENOMICS 14.2 (1992): 488-490.
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