The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence

Ragg H, Weidle U, Mantei N, Weissmann C (1983)
Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam.

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De Maeyer, Edward ; Schellekens, Huub
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Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System
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Rotterdam
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1983-04-18
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Ragg H, Weidle U, Mantei N, Weissmann C. The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam.
Ragg, H., Weidle, U., Mantei, N., & Weissmann, C. (1983). The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam.
Ragg, H., Weidle, U., Mantei, N., and Weissmann, C. (1983).“The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence”. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam.
Ragg, H., et al., 1983. The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam.
H. Ragg, et al., “The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence”, Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., 1983.
Ragg, H., Weidle, U., Mantei, N., Weissmann, C.: The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam (1983).
Ragg, Hermann, Weidle, Ulrich, Mantei, Ned, and Weissmann, Charles. “The induced transcription of a human IFN-alpha gene requires not more than 117 base pairs of 5'-flanking sequence”. Presented at the Second International TNO Meeting on the Biology of the Interferon System, Rotterdam, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., 1983.
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