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The human and murine protocadherin-beta one-exon gene families show high evolutionary conservation, despite the difference in gene number.

(2001) FEBS LETTERS. 495(1-2). p.120-125
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Vanhalst, Koen, Patrick Kools, E VANDEN EYNDE, and Frans Van Roy. 2001. “The Human and Murine Protocadherin-beta One-exon Gene Families Show High Evolutionary Conservation, Despite the Difference in Gene Number.” Febs Letters 495 (1-2): 120–125.
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Vanhalst, K., Kools, P., VANDEN EYNDE, E., & Van Roy, F. (2001). The human and murine protocadherin-beta one-exon gene families show high evolutionary conservation, despite the difference in gene number. FEBS LETTERS, 495(1-2), 120–125.
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Vanhalst K, Kools P, VANDEN EYNDE E, Van Roy F. The human and murine protocadherin-beta one-exon gene families show high evolutionary conservation, despite the difference in gene number. FEBS LETTERS. 2001;495(1-2):120–5.
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Vanhalst, Koen, Patrick Kools, E VANDEN EYNDE, et al. “The Human and Murine Protocadherin-beta One-exon Gene Families Show High Evolutionary Conservation, Despite the Difference in Gene Number.” FEBS LETTERS 495.1-2 (2001): 120–125. Print.
@article{168678,
  author       = {Vanhalst, Koen and Kools, Patrick and VANDEN EYNDE, E and Van Roy, Frans},
  issn         = {0014-5793},
  journal      = {FEBS LETTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-2},
  pages        = {120--125},
  title        = {The human and murine protocadherin-beta one-exon gene families show high evolutionary conservation, despite the difference in gene number.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0014-5793(01)02372-9},
  volume       = {495},
  year         = {2001},
}

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