MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT

KORIOTH F, GIEFFERS C, MAUL GG, FREY J (1995)
JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY 130(1): 1-13.

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KORIOTH F, GIEFFERS C, MAUL GG, FREY J. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY. 1995;130(1):1-13.
KORIOTH, F., GIEFFERS, C., MAUL, G. G., & FREY, J. (1995). MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY, 130(1), 1-13. doi:10.1083/jcb.130.1.1
KORIOTH, F., GIEFFERS, C., MAUL, G. G., and FREY, J. (1995). MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY 130, 1-13.
KORIOTH, F., et al., 1995. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY, 130(1), p 1-13.
F. KORIOTH, et al., “MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT”, JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY, vol. 130, 1995, pp. 1-13.
KORIOTH, F., GIEFFERS, C., MAUL, G.G., FREY, J.: MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY. 130, 1-13 (1995).
KORIOTH, F, GIEFFERS, C, MAUL, GG, and FREY, J. “MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NDP52, A NOVEL PROTEIN OF THE NUCLEAR DOMAIN-10, WHICH IS REDISTRIBUTED UPON VIRUS-INFECTION AND INTERFERON TREATMENT”. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY 130.1 (1995): 1-13.
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