Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain

Baumann F, Tolnay M, Brabeck C, Pahnke J, Kloz U, Niemann H, Heikenwalder M, Rulicke T, Burkle A, Aguzzi A (2007)
EMBO J 26(2): 538-547.

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Baumann F, Tolnay M, Brabeck C, et al. Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain. EMBO J. 2007;26(2):538-547.
Baumann, F., Tolnay, M., Brabeck, C., Pahnke, J., Kloz, U., Niemann, H., Heikenwalder, M., et al. (2007). Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain. EMBO J, 26(2), 538-547. doi:10.1038/sj.emboj.7601510
Baumann, F., Tolnay, M., Brabeck, C., Pahnke, J., Kloz, U., Niemann, H., Heikenwalder, M., Rulicke, T., Burkle, A., and Aguzzi, A. (2007). Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain. EMBO J 26, 538-547.
Baumann, F., et al., 2007. Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain. EMBO J, 26(2), p 538-547.
F. Baumann, et al., “Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain”, EMBO J, vol. 26, 2007, pp. 538-547.
Baumann, F., Tolnay, M., Brabeck, C., Pahnke, J., Kloz, U., Niemann, H., Heikenwalder, M., Rulicke, T., Burkle, A., Aguzzi, A.: Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain. EMBO J. 26, 538-547 (2007).
Baumann, F., Tolnay, M., Brabeck, C., Pahnke, J., Kloz, U., Niemann, Hartmut, Heikenwalder, M., Rulicke, T., Burkle, A., and Aguzzi, A. “Lethal recessive myelin toxicity of prion protein lacking its central domain”. EMBO J 26.2 (2007): 538-547.
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