Origin of Nogo-A by Domain Shuffling in an Early Jawed Vertebrate

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SHYPITSYNA, Aleksandra, Edward MÁLAGA TRILLO, Alexander REUTER, Claudia STÜRMER, 2011. Origin of Nogo-A by Domain Shuffling in an Early Jawed Vertebrate. In: Molecular biology and evolution. 28(4), pp. 1363-1370. ISSN 0737-4038. eISSN 1537-1719

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