OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE

Kluxen FW, Schöffl F, Berchtold MW, Jockusch H (1988)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176(1): 153-158.

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Kluxen FW, Schöffl F, Berchtold MW, Jockusch H. OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 1988;176(1):153-158.
Kluxen, F. W., Schöffl, F., Berchtold, M. W., & Jockusch, H. (1988). OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 176(1), 153-158.
Kluxen, F. W., Schöffl, F., Berchtold, M. W., and Jockusch, H. (1988). OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176, 153-158.
Kluxen, F.W., et al., 1988. OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 176(1), p 153-158.
F.W. Kluxen, et al., “OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, vol. 176, 1988, pp. 153-158.
Kluxen, F.W., Schöffl, F., Berchtold, M.W., Jockusch, H.: OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 176, 153-158 (1988).
Kluxen, F. W., Schöffl, F., Berchtold, M. W., and Jockusch, Harald. “OPPOSITE REGULATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNAS FOR PARVALBUMIN AND P19/6.8 IN MYOTONIC MOUSE MUSCLE”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176.1 (1988): 153-158.
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