Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia.

Jockusch H, Holland A, Staunton L, Schmidt-John T, Heimann P, Dowling P, Ohlendiek K (2014)
Proteomics (14(7-8):839-52).

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Jockusch H, Holland A, Staunton L, et al. Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia. Proteomics. 2014;(14(7-8):839-52).
Jockusch, H., Holland, A., Staunton, L., Schmidt-John, T., Heimann, P., Dowling, P., & Ohlendiek, K. (2014). Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia. Proteomics(14(7-8):839-52).
Jockusch, H., Holland, A., Staunton, L., Schmidt-John, T., Heimann, P., Dowling, P., and Ohlendiek, K. (2014). Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia. Proteomics.
Jockusch, H., et al., 2014. Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia. Proteomics, (14(7-8):839-52).
H. Jockusch, et al., “Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia.”, Proteomics, 2014.
Jockusch, H., Holland, A., Staunton, L., Schmidt-John, T., Heimann, P., Dowling, P., Ohlendiek, K.: Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia. Proteomics. (2014).
Jockusch, Harald, Holland, A, Staunton, L, Schmidt-John, T, Heimann, Peter, Dowling, P, and Ohlendiek, K. “Pathoproteomics of testicular tissue deficient in the GARP component VPS54: the wobbler mouse model of globozoospermia.”. Proteomics 14(7-8):839-52 (2014).
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