Paternal imprinting plays a key role in embryonic X chromosome regulation differences between mammalian infraclasses
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Bachelor of Arts
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Sat, 13 Jun 2015 21:35:39 GMT
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XCI; X Chromosome Inactivation; XIST; Chromosome Regulation; Genetic Control; Sex Regulation; Paternal Imprinting
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