Characterization of the mouse ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme gene UbcM4

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MOYNIHAN, Terry P., Ulrike NUBER, Helen C. ARDLEY, Stephen A. ROSE, Alexander F. MARKHAM, Martin SCHEFFNER, Philip A. ROBINSON, 1999. Characterization of the mouse ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme gene UbcM4. In: Mammalian Genome. 10(10), pp. 977-982. ISSN 0938-8990. eISSN 1432-1777. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s003359901143

@article{Moynihan1999Chara-42649, title={Characterization of the mouse ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme gene UbcM4}, year={1999}, doi={10.1007/s003359901143}, number={10}, volume={10}, issn={0938-8990}, journal={Mammalian Genome}, pages={977--982}, author={Moynihan, Terry P. and Nuber, Ulrike and Ardley, Helen C. and Rose, Stephen A. and Markham, Alexander F. and Scheffner, Martin and Robinson, Philip A.} }

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