Non-oncogenic roles of TAp73 : from multiciliogenesis to metabolism

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NEMAJEROVA, Alice, Ivano AMELIO, Jakob GEBEL, Volker DÖTSCH, Gerry MELINO, Ute M. MOLL, 2018. Non-oncogenic roles of TAp73 : from multiciliogenesis to metabolism. In: Cell Death and Differentiation. Nature Publishing Group. 25(1), pp. 144-153. ISSN 1350-9047. eISSN 1476-5403. Available under: doi: 10.1038/cdd.2017.178

@article{Nemajerova2018Nonon-56660, title={Non-oncogenic roles of TAp73 : from multiciliogenesis to metabolism}, year={2018}, doi={10.1038/cdd.2017.178}, number={1}, volume={25}, issn={1350-9047}, journal={Cell Death and Differentiation}, pages={144--153}, author={Nemajerova, Alice and Amelio, Ivano and Gebel, Jakob and Dötsch, Volker and Melino, Gerry and Moll, Ute M.} }

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