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This study was supported by NIEHS grant ES04391. We are grateful to Dr. Michael Fowler for assistance in providing transgenic newborn mice, Xiaojun Wang for assistance with northern blot analysis, and Suzanne Bono for manuscript preparation. We thank Drs. Robert S. Freeman and Nariman Panahian for helpful discussion and comments and Sangstat Medical Corporation for the generous gift of peptides.

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