Cloning and expression pattern of Xenopus prx-1 (Xprx-1) during embryonic development
Article first published online: 31 OCT 2003
Development, Growth & Differentiation
Volume 40, Issue 1, pages 97–104, February 1998
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Takahashi, S., Uochi, T., Kawakami, Y., Nohno, T., Yokota, C., Kinoshita, K. and Asashima, M. (1998), Cloning and expression pattern of Xenopus prx-1 (Xprx-1) during embryonic development. Development, Growth & Differentiation, 40: 97–104. doi: 10.1046/j.1440-169X.1998.t01-6-00011.x
- Issue published online: 31 OCT 2003
- Article first published online: 31 OCT 2003
- Received 18 August 1997; revised 30 September 1997; accepted 30 September 1997.
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