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Hypophosphorylation of the architectural chromatin protein DEK in death-receptor-induced apoptosis revealed by the isotope coded protein label proteomic platform

Hypophosphorylation of the architectural chromatin protein DEK in death-receptor-induced apoptosis revealed by the isotope coded protein label proteomic platform

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TABBERT, Anja, Ferdinand KAPPES, Rolf KNIPPERS, Josef KELLERMANN, Friedrich LOTTSPEICH, Elisa MAY, 2006. Hypophosphorylation of the architectural chromatin protein DEK in death-receptor-induced apoptosis revealed by the isotope coded protein label proteomic platform. In: PROTEOMICS. 6(21), pp. 5758-5772. ISSN 1615-9853. eISSN 1615-9861. Available under: doi: 10.1002/pmic.200600197

@article{Tabbert2006-11Hypop-18242, title={Hypophosphorylation of the architectural chromatin protein DEK in death-receptor-induced apoptosis revealed by the isotope coded protein label proteomic platform}, year={2006}, doi={10.1002/pmic.200600197}, number={21}, volume={6}, issn={1615-9853}, journal={PROTEOMICS}, pages={5758--5772}, author={Tabbert, Anja and Kappes, Ferdinand and Knippers, Rolf and Kellermann, Josef and Lottspeich, Friedrich and May, Elisa} }

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