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Molecular Genetics of the Ubiquitin-Proteasome System : Lessons from Yeast

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HOCHSTRASSER, Mark, M. DENG, Andrew R KUSMIERCZYK, X. LI, Stefan G. KREFT, T. RAVID, M. FUNAKOSHI, Mary KUNJAPPU, Y. XIE, 2009. Molecular Genetics of the Ubiquitin-Proteasome System : Lessons from Yeast. In: STEFAN JENTSCH ..., , ed.. The Ubiquitin System in Health and Disease. Berlin [u.a.]:Springer, pp. 41-66. ISBN 978-3-540-85106-6. Available under: doi: 10.1007/2789_2008_100

@incollection{Hochstrasser2009Molec-29523, title={Molecular Genetics of the Ubiquitin-Proteasome System : Lessons from Yeast}, year={2009}, doi={10.1007/2789_2008_100}, number={2008,1}, isbn={978-3-540-85106-6}, address={Berlin [u.a.]}, publisher={Springer}, series={Ernst Schering Foundation symposium proceedings}, booktitle={The Ubiquitin System in Health and Disease}, pages={41--66}, editor={Stefan Jentsch ...}, author={Hochstrasser, Mark and Deng, M. and Kusmierczyk, Andrew R and Li, X. and Kreft, Stefan G. and Ravid, T. and Funakoshi, M. and Kunjappu, Mary and Xie, Y.} }

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