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    Senescence-associated superoxide dismutase influences mitochondrial gene expression in budding tunicates

    Development, Growth & Differentiation

    Volume 55, Issue 5, June 2013, Pages: 606–614, Kaz Kawamura and Takeshi Sunanaga

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    A cyclical, developmentally-regulated death phenomenon in a colonial urochordate

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    Interactive histone acetylation and methylation in regulating transdifferentiation-related genes during tunicate budding and regeneration

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