Comparative genomics of the waterfowl innate immune system

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JAX, Elinor, Paolo FRANCHINI, Vaishnovi SEKAR, Jente OTTENBURGHS, Daniel MONNÉ PARERA, Roman T. KELLENBERGER, Katharine E. MAGOR, Inge MÜLLER, Martin WIKELSKI, Robert H.S. KRAUS, 2022. Comparative genomics of the waterfowl innate immune system. In: Molecular Biology and Evolution. Oxford University Press (OUP). 39(8), msac160. ISSN 0737-4038. eISSN 1537-1719. Available under: doi: 10.1093/molbev/msac160

@article{Jax2022Compa-58221, title={Comparative genomics of the waterfowl innate immune system}, year={2022}, doi={10.1093/molbev/msac160}, number={8}, volume={39}, issn={0737-4038}, journal={Molecular Biology and Evolution}, author={Jax, Elinor and Franchini, Paolo and Sekar, Vaishnovi and Ottenburghs, Jente and Monné Parera, Daniel and Kellenberger, Roman T. and Magor, Katharine E. and Müller, Inge and Wikelski, Martin and Kraus, Robert H.S.}, note={Article Number: msac160} }

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