The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes

Pedersen DS, Coppens F, Ma L, Antosch M, Marktl B, Merkle T, Beemster GT, Houben A, Grasser KD (2011)
New Phytologist 192(3): 577-589.

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Pedersen DS, Coppens F, Ma L, et al. The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes. New Phytologist. 2011;192(3):577-589.
Pedersen, D. S., Coppens, F., Ma, L., Antosch, M., Marktl, B., Merkle, T., Beemster, G. T., et al. (2011). The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes. New Phytologist, 192(3), 577-589.
Pedersen, D. S., Coppens, F., Ma, L., Antosch, M., Marktl, B., Merkle, T., Beemster, G. T., Houben, A., and Grasser, K. D. (2011). The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes. New Phytologist 192, 577-589.
Pedersen, D.S., et al., 2011. The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes. New Phytologist, 192(3), p 577-589.
D.S. Pedersen, et al., “The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes”, New Phytologist, vol. 192, 2011, pp. 577-589.
Pedersen, D.S., Coppens, F., Ma, L., Antosch, M., Marktl, B., Merkle, T., Beemster, G.T., Houben, A., Grasser, K.D.: The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes. New Phytologist. 192, 577-589 (2011).
Pedersen, DS, Coppens, F, Ma, L, Antosch, M, Marktl, B, Merkle, Thomas, Beemster, GT, Houben, A, and Grasser, Kluas D. “The plant-specific family of DNA-binding proteins containing three HMG-box domains interacts with mitotic and meiotic chromosomes”. New Phytologist 192.3 (2011): 577-589.
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