Ubiquitin Family Members in the Regulation of the Tumor Suppressor p53

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XIRODIMAS, Dimitris P., Martin SCHEFFNER, 2010. Ubiquitin Family Members in the Regulation of the Tumor Suppressor p53. ISBN 978-1-4419-6675-9. In: Subcellular biochemistry. 54, pp. 116-135. ISSN 0306-0225

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