Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional

P. Grzmil P, Kim Y, Shamsadin R, Neesen J, Adham IM, Heinlein UA, Schwarzer UJ, Engel W (2001)
Biochem J. 357(Pt 2): 551-556.

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P. Grzmil, P.; Kim, Y.; Shamsadin, RahmanUniBi; Neesen, J.; Adham, I.M.; Heinlein, U.A.; Schwarzer, U.J.; Engel, W.
Erscheinungsjahr
2001
Zeitschriftentitel
Biochem J.
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357
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Pt 2
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551 - 556
ISSN
0264-6021
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1875781

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P. Grzmil P, Kim Y, Shamsadin R, et al. Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 2001;357(Pt 2):551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I. M., Heinlein, U. A., Schwarzer, U. J., et al. (2001). Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J., 357(Pt 2), 551-556. doi:10.1042/0264-6021:3570551
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I. M., Heinlein, U. A., Schwarzer, U. J., and Engel, W. (2001). Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 357, 551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., et al., 2001. Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J., 357(Pt 2), p 551-556.
P. P. Grzmil, et al., “Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional”, Biochem J., vol. 357, 2001, pp. 551-556.
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, R., Neesen, J., Adham, I.M., Heinlein, U.A., Schwarzer, U.J., Engel, W.: Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional. Biochem J. 357, 551-556 (2001).
P. Grzmil, P., Kim, Y., Shamsadin, Rahman, Neesen, J., Adham, I.M., Heinlein, U.A., Schwarzer, U.J., and Engel, W. “Human cyritestin genes (CYRN1 and CYRN2) are non-functional”. Biochem J. 357.Pt 2 (2001): 551-556.

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