Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional

P. Grzmil P, Kim Y, Shamsadin R, Neesen J, Adham IM, Heinlein UA, Schwarzer UJ, Engel W (2001)
Biochem J. 357(Pt 2): 551-556.

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P. Grzmil P, Kim Y, Shamsadin R, et al. Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 2001;357(Pt 2):551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I. M., Heinlein, U. A., Schwarzer, U. J., et al. (2001). Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J., 357(Pt 2), 551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I. M., Heinlein, U. A., Schwarzer, U. J., and Engel, W. (2001). Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 357, 551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., et al., 2001. Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J., 357(Pt 2), p 551-556.
P. P. Grzmil, et al., “Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional”, Biochem J., vol. 357, 2001, pp. 551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I.M., Heinlein, U.A., Schwarzer, U.J., Engel, W.: Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 357, 551-556 (2001).
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, Rahman, Neesen, J., Adham, I.M., Heinlein, U.A., Schwarzer, U.J., and Engel, W. “Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional”. Biochem J. 357.Pt 2 (2001): 551-556.
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