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    1. Zabel, MD; Weis, JH
      Cell-specific regulation of the CD21 gene

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Giraldo, P; Montoliu, L
      Size matters: Use of YACs, BACs and PACs in transgenic animals

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    3. Sun, YJ; Wyatt, RT; Bigley, A; Krontiris, TG
      Expression and replication timing patterns of wildtype and translocated BCL2 genes

      GENOMICS
    4. Albagli, O; Martin, P
      Chromatin insulators and nuclear BTB/POZ proteins

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    5. Lobov, IB; Tsutsui, K; Mitchell, AR; Podgornaya, OI
      Specificity of SAF-A and lamin B binding in vitro correlates with the satellite DNA bending state

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Webb, CF
      The transcription factor, Bright, and immunoglobulin heavy chain expression

      IMMUNOLOGIC RESEARCH
    7. Repellin, A; Baga, M; Jauhar, PP; Chibbar, RN
      Genetic enrichment of cereal crops via alien gene transfer: New challenges

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    8. Engel, H; Ruhl, H; Benham, CJ; Bode, J; Weiss, S
      Germ-line transcripts of the immunoglobulin lambda J-C clusters in the mouse: characterization of the initiation sites and regulatory elements

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    9. Hesslein, DGT; Schatz, DG
      Factors and forces controlling V(D)J recombination

      ADVANCES IN IMMUNOLOGY, VOL 78
    10. Barcelo, P; Rasco-Gaunt, S; Thorpe, C; Lazzeri, PA
      Transformation and gene expression

      ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH INCORPORATING ADVANCES IN PLANT PATHOLOGY, VOL 34
    11. Koprek, T; Rangel, S; McElroy, D; Louwerse, JD; Williams-Carrier, RE; Lemaux, PG
      Transposon-mediated single-copy gene delivery leads to increased transgeneexpression stability in barley

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Moritz, OL; Tam, BM; Papermaster, DS; Nakayama, T
      A functional rhodopsin-green fluorescent protein fusion protein localizes correctly in transgenic Xenopus laevis retinal rods and is expressed in a time-dependent pattern

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    13. Luby, TM; Sigurdardottir, D; Berger, ED; Selsing, E
      Sequences associated with the mouse S mu switch region are important for immunoglobulin heavy chain transgene expression in B cell development

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Zhong, GY
      Genetic issues and pitfalls in transgenic plant breeding

      EUPHYTICA
    15. Dai, ZY; Hooker, BS; Anderson, DB; Thomas, SR
      Improved plant-based production of E1 endoglucanase using potato: expression optimization and tissue targeting

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    16. Whitehurst, CE; Schlissel, MS; Chen, JZ
      Deletion of germline promoter PD beta 1 from the TCR beta locus causes hypermethylation that impairs D beta 1 recombination by multiple mechanisms

      IMMUNITY
    17. Liu, J; Ben-Shahar, TR; Riemer, D; Treinin, M; Spann, P; Weber, K; Fire, A; Gruenbaum, Y
      Essential roles for Caenorhabditis elegans lamin gene in nuclear organization, cell cycle progression, and spatial organization of nuclear pore complexes

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    18. DePamphilis, ML
      Nuclear structure and DNA replication

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    19. Tolstonog, GV; Wang, X; Shoeman, R; Traub, P
      Intermediate filaments reconstituted from vimentin, desmin, and glial fibrillary acidic protein selectively bind repetitive and mobile DNA sequences from a mixture of mouse genomic DNA fragments

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    20. Takada, T; Iida, K; Akasaka, K; Yasue, H; Torii, R; Tsujimoto, G; Taira, M; Kimura, H
      Evaluation of heterologous insulator function with regard to chromosomal position effect in the mouse blastocyst and fetus

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    21. Razin, SV; Verbovaia, LV; Goldman, IL
      New approaches to construction of transgenic animals with a high-level tissue-specific expression of foreign genes: Construction and reconstruction of genomic domains

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    22. Strissel, PL; Strick, R; Tomek, RJ; Roe, BA; Rowley, JD; Zeleznik-Le, NJ
      DNA structural properties of AF9 are similar to MLL and could act as recombination hot spots resulting in MLL/AF9 translocations and leukemogenesis

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    23. Lemon, B; Tjian, R
      Orchestrated response: a symphony of transcription factors for gene control

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    24. Vassetzky, Y; Hair, A; Mechali, N
      Rearrangement of chromatin domains during development in Xenopus

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    25. Khodarev, NN; Bennett, T; Shearing, N; Sokolova, I; Koudelik, J; Walter, S; Villalobos, M; Vaughan, ATM
      LINE L1 retrotransposable element is targeted during the initial stages ofapoptotic DNA fragmentation

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Jackson, DA
      Features of nuclear architecture that influence gene expression in higher eukaryotes: Confronting the enigma of epigenetics

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Hanakahi, LA; Maizels, N
      Transcriptional activation by LR1 at the E mu enhancer and switch region sites

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    28. Eufemi, M; Ferraro, A; Altieri, F; Cervoni, L; Turano, C
      DNA-protein cross-linking in nuclei of immature and mature chicken erythrocytes

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS
    29. Likhacheva, EV; Bogachev, SS
      Lamins and their functions in the cell cycle

      BIOLOGICHESKIE MEMBRANY
    30. Iyer, LM; Kumpatla, SP; Chandrasekharan, MB; Hall, TC
      Transgene silencing in monocots

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Bennetzen, JL
      Transposable element contributions to plant gene and genome evolution

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    32. Desiderio, S; Lee, J
      Signaling pathways that control V(D)J recombination

      SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION AND THE COORDINATION OF B LYMPHOCYTE DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION II
    33. Ishii, H
      A statistical-mechanical model for regulation of long-range chromatin structure and gene expression

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    34. Trinh, KR; Morrison, SL
      Site-specific and directional gene replacement mediated by Cre recombinase

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    35. Rubin, JE; Pasceri, P; Wu, XM; Leboulch, P; Ellis, J
      Locus control region activity by 5 ' HS3 requires a functional interactionwith beta-globin gene regulatory elements: expression of novel beta/gamma-globin hybrid transgenes

      BLOOD
    36. Bajaj, S; Targolli, J; Liu, LF; Ho, THD; Wu, R
      Transgenic approaches to increase dehydration-stress tolerance in plants

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    37. Levee, V; Garin, E; Klimaszewska, K; Seguin, A
      Stable genetic transformation of white pine (Pinus strobus L.) after cocultivation of embryogenic tissues with Agrobacterium tumefaciens

      MOLECULAR BREEDING
    38. Nikolajczyk, BS; Sanchez, JA; Sen, RJ
      ETS protein-dependent accessibility changes at the immunoglobulin mu heavychain enhancer

      IMMUNITY
    39. Liberg, D; Sigvardsson, M
      Transcriptional regulation in B cell differentiation

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN IMMUNOLOGY
    40. Smith, HB
      The nucleocytoplasmic continuum: Pushing the (nuclear) envelope

      PLANT CELL
    41. Caldovic, L; Agalliu, D; Hackett, PB
      Position-independent expression of transgenes in zebrafish

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    42. Sakai, E; Bottaro, A; Alt, FW
      The Ig heavy chain intronic enhancer core region is necessary and sufficient to promote efficient class switch recombination

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    43. Zhu, WG; Roberts, ZV; Dynlacht, JR
      Heat-induced modulation of lamin B content in two different cell lines

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    44. Konety, BR; Getzenberg, RH
      Nuclear structural proteins as biomarkers of cancer

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    45. Ronai, D; Berru, M; Shulman, MJ
      Variegated expression of the endogenous immunoglobulin heavy-chain gene inthe absence of the intronic locus control region

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    46. Wang, ZY; Goldstein, A; Zong, RT; Lin, DJ; Neufeld, EJ; Scheuermann, RH; Tucker, PW
      Cux/CDP homeoprotein is a component of NF-mu NR and represses the immunoglobulin heavy chain intronic enhancer by antagonizing the bright transcription activator

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    47. Vlcek, S; Just, H; Dechat, T; Foisner, R
      Functional diversity of LAP2 alpha and LAP2 beta in postmitotic chromosomeassociation is caused by an alpha-specific nuclear targeting domain

      EMBO JOURNAL
    48. Mishra, RK; Karch, F
      Boundaries that demarcate structural and functional domains of chromatin

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    49. Paul, AL; Ferl, RJ
      Higher-order chromatin structure: looping long molecules

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    50. Nikolajczyk, BS; Dang, W; Sen, R
      Mechanisms of mu enhancer regulation in B lymphocytes

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    51. Fiering, S; Bender, MA; Groudine, M
      Analysis of mammalian cis-regulatory DNA elements by homologous recombination

      EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT GENES IN EUKARYOTIC SYSTEMS
    52. Goldberg, M; Harel, A; Brandeis, M; Rechsteiner, T; Richmond, TJ; Weiss, AM; Gruenbaum, Y
      The tail domain of lamin Dm(0) binds histones H2A and H2B

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    53. Greally, JM; Gray, TA; Gabriel, JM; Song, LQ; Zemel, S; Nicholls, RD
      Conserved characteristics of heterochromatin-forming DNA at the 15q11-q13 imprinting center

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    54. Nonomura, KI; Kurata, N
      Organization of the 1.9-kb repeat unit RCE1 in the centromeric region of rice chromosomes

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    55. Chauveau, C; Jansson, EA; Muller, S; Cogne, M; Pettersson, S
      Cutting edge: Ig heavy chain 3 ' HS1-4 directs correct spatial position-independent expression of a linked transgene to B lineage cells

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    56. Hetherington, CJ; Kingsley, PD; Crocicchio, F; Zhang, P; Rabin, MS; Palis, J; Zhang, DE
      Characterization of human endotoxin lipopolysaccharide receptor CD14 expression in transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    57. Vizir, IY; Mulligan, BJ
      Genetics of gamma-irradiation-induced mutations in Arabidopsis thaliana: Large chromosomal deletions can be rescued through the fertilization of diploid eggs

      JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
    58. Furukawa, K
      LAP2 binding protein 1 (L2BP1/BAF) is a candidate mediator of LAP2-chromatin interaction

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    59. Pierce, T; Worman, HJ; Holy, J
      Neuronal differentiation of NT2/D1 teratocarcinoma cells is accompanied bya loss of lamin A/C expression and an increase in lamin B1 expression

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    60. Wells, KD; Wall, RJ
      One gene is not enough: Transgene detection, expression and control

      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN AGRICULTURE
    61. GALLIE DR
      CONTROLLING GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRANSGENICS

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    62. CASTILLA J; PINTADO B; SOLA I; SANCHEZMORGADO JM; ENJUANES L
      ENGINEERING PASSIVE-IMMUNITY IN TRANSGENIC MICE SECRETING VIRUS-NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES IN MILK

      Nature biotechnology
    63. LIU ZJ; LI P; DUNHAM RA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AN A T-RICH FAMILY OF SEQUENCES FROM CHANNEL CATFISH (ICTALURUS-PUNCTATUS)/

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    64. STUURMAN N; HEINS S; AEBI U
      NUCLEAR LAMINS - THEIR STRUCTURE, ASSEMBLY, AND INTERACTIONS

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    65. CERDAN MG; YOUNG JI; ZINO E; FALZONE TL; OTERO V; TORRES HN; RUBINSTEIN M
      ACCURATE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRANSGENE EXPRESSION DRIVEN BY A 3.8-KILOBASE PROMOTER OF THE BOVINE BETA-CASEIN GENE IN THE LACTATING MOUSE MAMMARY-GLAND

      Molecular reproduction and development
    66. Aguirre, A; Castro-Palomino, N; de la Fuente, J; Castro, FO
      Expression of human erythropoietin transgenes and of the endogenous wap gene in the mammary gland of transgenic rabbits during gestation and lactation

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    67. HART CM; LAEMMLI UK
      FACILITATION OF CHROMATIN DYNAMICS BY SARS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    68. BOTTARO A; YOUNG F; CHEN JZ; SERWE M; SABLITZKY F; ALT FW
      DELETION OF THE IGH INTRONIC ENHANCER AND ASSOCIATED MATRIX-ATTACHMENT REGIONS DECREASES, BUT DOES NOT ABOLISH, CLASS SWITCHING AT THE MU-LOCUS

      International immunology (Print)
    69. OFFENBERG HH; SCHALK JAC; MEUWISSEN RLJ; VANAALDEREN M; KESTER HA; DIETRICH AJJ; HEYTING C
      SCP2 - A MAJOR PROTEIN-COMPONENT OF THE AXIAL ELEMENTS OF SYNAPTONEMAL COMPLEXES OF THE RAT

      Nucleic acids research
    70. LIU J; WOLFNER MF
      FUNCTIONAL DISSECTION OF YA, AN ESSENTIAL, DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED NUCLEAR LAMINA PROTEIN IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    71. YAROVAYA OV; RAZIN SV
      NEW APPROACHES TO STUDYING THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATIONOF THE EUKARYOTIC GENOME

      Molecular biology
    72. VAUCHERET H; ELMAYAN T; THIERRY D; VANDERGEEST A; HALL T; CONNER AJ; MLYNAROVA L; NAP JP
      FLANK MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS (MARS) FROM CHICKEN, BEAN, YEAST OR TOBACCO DO NOT PREVENT HOMOLOGY-DEPENDENT TRANS-SILENCING IN TRANSGENICTOBACCO PLANTS

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    73. RZEPECKI R; BOGACHEV SS; KOKOZA E; STUURMAN N; FISHER PA
      IN-VIVO ASSOCIATION OF LAMINS WITH NUCLEIC-ACIDS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Journal of Cell Science
    74. Hartig, R; Shoeman, RL; Janetzko, A; Tolstonog, G; Traub, P
      DNA-mediated transport of the intermediate filament protein vimentin into the nucleus of cultured cells

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    75. Ortega, JM; DePamphilis, ML
      Nucleoskeleton and initiation of DNA replication in metazoan cells

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    76. Lourim, D; Krohne, G
      Chromatin binding and polymerization of the endogenous Xenopus egg lamins:the opposing effects of glycogen and ATP

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    77. GLAZKOV MV
      BOUNDARIES OF THE STRUCTURAL-FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS IN EUKARYOTIC CHROMOSOMES

      Genetika
    78. WALTER WR; SINGH GB; KRAWETZ SA
      MARS MISSION UPDATE

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    79. IGLESIAS VA; MOSCONE EA; PAPP I; NEUHUBER F; MICHALOWSKI S; PHELAN T; SPIKER S; MATZKE M; MATZKE AJM
      MOLECULAR AND CYTOGENETIC ANALYSES OF STABLY AND UNSTABLY EXPRESSED TRANSGENE LOCI IN TOBACCO

      The Plant cell
    80. HAN KH; MA CP; STRAUSS SH
      MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS (MARS) ENHANCE TRANSFORMATION FREQUENCY ANDTRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN POPLAR

      Transgenic research
    81. UUSIOUKARI M; HYTTINEN JM; KORHONEN VP; VASTI A; ALHONEN L; JANNE OA; JANNE J
      BOVINE ALPHA(S1)-CASEIN GENE-SEQUENCES DIRECT HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION OF HUMAN GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR IN THE MILK OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      Transgenic research
    82. GEYER PK
      THE ROLE OF INSULATOR ELEMENTS IN DEFINING DOMAINS OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    83. CAPETANAKI Y; MILNER DJ; WEITZER G
      DESMIN IN MUSCLE FORMATION AND MAINTENANCE - KNOCKOUTS AND CONSEQUENCES

      Cell structure and function
    84. ROCH FA; HOBI R; BERCHTOLD MW; KUENZLE CC
      V(D)J RECOMBINATION FREQUENCY IS AFFECTED BY THE SEQUENCE INTERPOSED BETWEEN A PAIR OF RECOMBINATION SIGNALS - SEQUENCE COMPARISON REVEALS A PUTATIVE RECOMBINATIONAL ENHANCER ELEMENT

      Nucleic acids research
    85. LEGAULT J; TREMBLAY A; RAMOTAR D; MIRAULT ME
      CLUSTERS OF S1 NUCLEASE-HYPERSENSITIVE SITES INDUCED IN-VIVO BY DNA-DAMAGE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    86. WEITZEL JM; BUHRMESTER H; STRATLING WH
      CHICKEN MAR-BINDING PROTEIN ARBP IS HOMOLOGOUS TO RAT METHYL-CPG-BINDING PROTEIN MECP2

      Molecular and cellular biology
    87. LIEN LL; LEE YS; ORKIN SH
      REGULATION OF THE MYELOID-CELL-EXPRESSED HUMAN GP91-PHOX GENE AS STUDIED BY TRANSFER OF YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME CLONES INTO EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS - SUPPRESSION OF A VARIEGATED CELLULAR-PATTERN OF EXPRESSIONREQUIRES A FULL COMPLEMENT OF DISTANT CIS-ELEMENTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    88. ZHONG XP; KRANGEL MS
      AN ENHANCER-BLOCKING ELEMENT BETWEEN ALPHA-GENE AND DELTA-GENE SEGMENTS WITHIN THE HUMAN T-CELL RECEPTOR ALPHA DELTA LOCUS/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    89. LOPEZ JM; WOLFNER MF
      THE DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED DROSOPHILA EMBRYONIC NUCLEAR LAMINA PROTEIN YOUNG ARREST (FS(1)YA) IS CAPABLE OF ASSOCIATING WITH CHROMATIN

      Journal of Cell Science
    90. KAWAHIRE S; TAKEUCHI M; GOHSHI T; SASAGAWA S; SHIMADA M; TAKAHASHI M; ABE TK; UEDA T; KUWANO R; HIKAWA A; ICHIMURA T; OMATA S; HORIGOME T
      CDNA CLONING OF NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNAL BINDING-PROTEIN NBP60, A RAT HOMOLOG OF LAMIN-B RECEPTOR, AND IDENTIFICATION OF BINDING-SITES OF HUMAN LAMIN-B RECEPTOR FOR NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNALS AND CHROMATIN

      Journal of Biochemistry
    91. NERI LM; FACKELMAYER FO; ZWEYER M; KOHWISHIGEMATSU T; MARTELLI AM
      SUBNUCLEAR LOCALIZATION OF S MAR-BINDING PROTEINS IS DIFFERENTLY AFFECTED BY IN-VITRO STABILIZATION WITH HEAT OR CU2+/

      Chromosoma
    92. MCKNIGHT RA; SPENCER M; WALL RJ; HENNIGHAUSEN L
      SEVERE POSITION EFFECTS IMPOSED ON A 1 KB MOUSE WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN GENE PROMOTER ARE OVERCOME BY HETEROLOGOUS MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    93. MAKAROVA O; GORNEVA G; WU F; FARUTIN V; VILLEPONTEAU B; POLIANI L; FINK D; LEVINE M
      INCORPORATION OF NUCLEAR MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS INTO THE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 GENOME DOES NOT INDUCE LONG-TERM EXPRESSION OF A FOREIGN GENE DURING LATENCY

      Gene therapy
    94. BEATO M
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND THE REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION - REMODELING AT THE MMTV PROMOTER

      Journal of molecular medicine
    95. CATAPANO CV; CARBONE GMR; FERNANDES DJ
      THE NUCLEAR MATRIX AS A TARGET FOR CANCER-THERAPY

      Annals of oncology
    96. FERRARO A; CERVONI L; EUFEMI M; ALTIERI F; TURANO C
      COMPARISON OF DNA-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN INTACT NUCLEI FROM AVIAN LIVER AND ERYTHROCYTES - A CROSS-LINKING STUDY

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    97. CHALY N; MUNRO SB; SWALLOW MA
      REMODELING OF THE NUCLEAR PERIPHERY DURING MUSCLE-CELL DIFFERENTIATION IN-VITRO

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    98. ROSSERT JA; CHEN SS; EBERSPAECHER H; SMITH CN; DECROMBRUGGHE B
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MINIMAL SEQUENCE OF THE MOUSE PRO-ALPHA-1(I) COLLAGEN PROMOTER THAT CONFERS HIGH-LEVEL OSTEOBLAST EXPRESSION IN TRANSGENIC MICE AND THAT BINDS A PROTEIN SELECTIVELY PRESENT IN OSTEOBLASTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    99. BODNAR JW; BRADLEY MK
      A CHROMATIN SWITCH

      Journal of theoretical biology
    100. LOURIM D; KEMPF A; KROHNE G
      CHARACTERIZATION AND QUANTITATION OF 3 B-TYPE LAMINS IN XENOPUS OOCYTES AND EGGS - INCREASE OF LAMIN L(I) PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS DURING MEIOTIC MATURATION

      Journal of Cell Science


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