THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC

Jockusch H, BERTRAM K, SCHENK S (1988)
GENETICAL RESEARCH 52(03): 203-205.

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Jockusch H, BERTRAM K, SCHENK S. THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC. GENETICAL RESEARCH. 1988;52(03):203-205.
Jockusch, H., BERTRAM, K., & SCHENK, S. (1988). THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC. GENETICAL RESEARCH, 52(03), 203-205.
Jockusch, H., BERTRAM, K., and SCHENK, S. (1988). THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC. GENETICAL RESEARCH 52, 203-205.
Jockusch, H., BERTRAM, K., & SCHENK, S., 1988. THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC. GENETICAL RESEARCH, 52(03), p 203-205.
H. Jockusch, K. BERTRAM, and S. SCHENK, “THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC”, GENETICAL RESEARCH, vol. 52, 1988, pp. 203-205.
Jockusch, H., BERTRAM, K., SCHENK, S.: THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC. GENETICAL RESEARCH. 52, 203-205 (1988).
Jockusch, Harald, BERTRAM, K, and SCHENK, S. “THE GENES FOR 2 NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES OF THE MOUSE, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF RIGHTING RESPONSE, ADR, AND MYOTONIA, MTO, ARE ALLELIC”. GENETICAL RESEARCH 52.03 (1988): 203-205.
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