Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri

Babinger K, Hallmann A, Schmitt R (2006)
Development 133(20): 4045-4051.

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Babinger K, Hallmann A, Schmitt R. Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development. 2006;133(20):4045-4051.
Babinger, K., Hallmann, A., & Schmitt, R. (2006). Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development, 133(20), 4045-4051.
Babinger, K., Hallmann, A., and Schmitt, R. (2006). Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development 133, 4045-4051.
Babinger, K., Hallmann, A., & Schmitt, R., 2006. Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development, 133(20), p 4045-4051.
K. Babinger, A. Hallmann, and R. Schmitt, “Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri”, Development, vol. 133, 2006, pp. 4045-4051.
Babinger, K., Hallmann, A., Schmitt, R.: Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development. 133, 4045-4051 (2006).
Babinger, Karin, Hallmann, Armin, and Schmitt, Rüdiger. “Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri”. Development 133.20 (2006): 4045-4051.
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