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Modulation of human JAK-STAT pathway signaling by functionally conserved regulators

Modulation of human JAK-STAT pathway signaling by functionally conserved regulators

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MÜLLER, Patrick, Dhamayanthi PUGAZHENDHI, Martin P. ZEIDLER, 2012. Modulation of human JAK-STAT pathway signaling by functionally conserved regulators. In: JAK-STAT. Taylor & Francis. 1(1), pp. 34-46. ISSN 2162-3988. eISSN 2162-3996. Available under: doi: 10.4161/jkst.18006

@article{Muller2012-01-01Modul-56437, title={Modulation of human JAK-STAT pathway signaling by functionally conserved regulators}, year={2012}, doi={10.4161/jkst.18006}, number={1}, volume={1}, issn={2162-3988}, journal={JAK-STAT}, pages={34--46}, author={Müller, Patrick and Pugazhendhi, Dhamayanthi and Zeidler, Martin P.} }

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