Evolutionary Conservation of Regulatory Elements in Vertebrate Hox Gene Clusters


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SANTINI, Simona, Jeffrey L. BOORE, Axel MEYER, 2003. Evolutionary Conservation of Regulatory Elements in Vertebrate Hox Gene Clusters. In: Genome Research. 13(6), pp. 1111-1122. ISSN 1088-9051

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