Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal

Doerfler W, Weisshaar B, Hoeveler A, Knebel D, Muller U, Dobrzanski P, Lichtenberg U, Achten S, Hermann R (1988)
Gene 74(1): 129-133.

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Doerfler W, Weisshaar B, Hoeveler A, et al. Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal. Gene. 1988;74(1):129-133.
Doerfler, W., Weisshaar, B., Hoeveler, A., Knebel, D., Muller, U., Dobrzanski, P., Lichtenberg, U., et al. (1988). Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal. Gene, 74(1), 129-133.
Doerfler, W., Weisshaar, B., Hoeveler, A., Knebel, D., Muller, U., Dobrzanski, P., Lichtenberg, U., Achten, S., and Hermann, R. (1988). Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal. Gene 74, 129-133.
Doerfler, W., et al., 1988. Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal. Gene, 74(1), p 129-133.
W. Doerfler, et al., “Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal”, Gene, vol. 74, 1988, pp. 129-133.
Doerfler, W., Weisshaar, B., Hoeveler, A., Knebel, D., Muller, U., Dobrzanski, P., Lichtenberg, U., Achten, S., Hermann, R.: Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal. Gene. 74, 129-133 (1988).
Doerfler, W, Weisshaar, Bernd, Hoeveler, A, Knebel, D, Muller, U, Dobrzanski, P, Lichtenberg, U, Achten, S, and Hermann, R. “Promoter inhibition by DNA methylation: a reversible signal”. Gene 74.1 (1988): 129-133.
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