DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS

HUCKRIEDE A, FUCHTBAUER A, Hinssen H, CHAPONNIER C, WEEDS A, JOCKUSCH BM (1990)
CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON 16(4): 229-238.

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HUCKRIEDE A, FUCHTBAUER A, Hinssen H, CHAPONNIER C, WEEDS A, JOCKUSCH BM. DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON. 1990;16(4):229-238.
HUCKRIEDE, A., FUCHTBAUER, A., Hinssen, H., CHAPONNIER, C., WEEDS, A., & JOCKUSCH, B. M. (1990). DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON, 16(4), 229-238.
HUCKRIEDE, A., FUCHTBAUER, A., Hinssen, H., CHAPONNIER, C., WEEDS, A., and JOCKUSCH, B. M. (1990). DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON 16, 229-238.
HUCKRIEDE, A., et al., 1990. DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON, 16(4), p 229-238.
A. HUCKRIEDE, et al., “DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS”, CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON, vol. 16, 1990, pp. 229-238.
HUCKRIEDE, A., FUCHTBAUER, A., Hinssen, H., CHAPONNIER, C., WEEDS, A., JOCKUSCH, B.M.: DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON. 16, 229-238 (1990).
HUCKRIEDE, A, FUCHTBAUER, A, Hinssen, Horst, CHAPONNIER, C, WEEDS, A, and JOCKUSCH, BM. “DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF GELSOLINS ON TISSUE-CULTURE CELLS”. CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON 16.4 (1990): 229-238.
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