Regulation of p27 degradation and S-phase progression by Ro52 RING finger protein

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SABILE, Abdelmajid, Christiane WIRBELAUER, Daniel HESS, Ulrike KOGEL, Martin SCHEFFNER, Wilhelm KREK, Andrea M. MEYER, 2006. Regulation of p27 degradation and S-phase progression by Ro52 RING finger protein. In: Molecular and Cellular Biology. 26(16), pp. 5994-6004. ISSN 0270-7306

@article{Sabile2006-08Regul-16767, title={Regulation of p27 degradation and S-phase progression by Ro52 RING finger protein}, year={2006}, doi={10.1128/MCB.01630-05}, number={16}, volume={26}, issn={0270-7306}, journal={Molecular and Cellular Biology}, pages={5994--6004}, author={Sabile, Abdelmajid and Wirbelauer, Christiane and Hess, Daniel and Kogel, Ulrike and Scheffner, Martin and Krek, Wilhelm and Meyer, Andrea M.} }

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