Regulation of Cell Division

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HEIM, Andreas, Beata RYMARCZYK, Saurav MALHOTRA, Thomas U. MAYER, 2017. Regulation of Cell Division. In: PELEGRI, Francisco, ed., Michael DANILCHIK, ed., Ann SUTHERLAND, ed.. Vertebrate Development : Maternal to Zygotic Control. Cham:Springer International Publishing, pp. 83-116. ISBN 978-3-319-46093-2. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-46095-6_3

@incollection{Heim2017Regul-37730, title={Regulation of Cell Division}, year={2017}, doi={10.1007/978-3-319-46095-6_3}, number={953}, isbn={978-3-319-46093-2}, address={Cham}, publisher={Springer International Publishing}, series={Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology}, booktitle={Vertebrate Development : Maternal to Zygotic Control}, pages={83--116}, editor={Pelegri, Francisco and Danilchik, Michael and Sutherland, Ann}, author={Heim, Andreas and Rymarczyk, Beata and Malhotra, Saurav and Mayer, Thomas U.} }

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