Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes

Scheer U, Hinssen H, Franke WW, Jockusch BM (1984)
Cell 39(1): 111-122.

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Scheer U, Hinssen H, Franke WW, Jockusch BM. Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes. Cell. 1984;39(1):111-122.
Scheer, U., Hinssen, H., Franke, W. W., & Jockusch, B. M. (1984). Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes. Cell, 39(1), 111-122. doi:10.1016/0092-8674(84)90196-X
Scheer, U., Hinssen, H., Franke, W. W., and Jockusch, B. M. (1984). Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes. Cell 39, 111-122.
Scheer, U., et al., 1984. Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes. Cell, 39(1), p 111-122.
U. Scheer, et al., “Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes”, Cell, vol. 39, 1984, pp. 111-122.
Scheer, U., Hinssen, H., Franke, W.W., Jockusch, B.M.: Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes. Cell. 39, 111-122 (1984).
Scheer, U., Hinssen, Horst, Franke, W. W., and Jockusch, B. M. “Microinjection of Actin-Binding Proteins and Actin Antibodies Demonstrates Involvement of Nuclear Actin in Transcription of Lampbrush Chromosomes”. Cell 39.1 (1984): 111-122.
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