Protein phosphatase 1 is essential for Greatwall inactivation at mitotic exit

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HEIM, Andreas, Anja KONIETZNY, Thomas U. MAYER, 2015. Protein phosphatase 1 is essential for Greatwall inactivation at mitotic exit. In: EMBO Reports. 16(11), pp. 1501-1510. ISSN 1469-221X. eISSN 1469-3178. Available under: doi: 10.15252/embr.201540876

@article{Heim2015Prote-32213, title={Protein phosphatase 1 is essential for Greatwall inactivation at mitotic exit}, year={2015}, doi={10.15252/embr.201540876}, number={11}, volume={16}, issn={1469-221X}, journal={EMBO Reports}, pages={1501--1510}, author={Heim, Andreas and Konietzny, Anja and Mayer, Thomas U.} }

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