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Transcriptome analysis of Traf6 fxn in innate immune response of zebrafish embryo

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Default Transcriptome analysis of Traf6 fxn in innate immune response of zebrafish embryo



Stockhammer OW, Rauwerda H, Wittink FR, Breit TM, Meijer AH, Spaink HP. [Only registered users see links. ]. Mol Immunol. 2010 Sep 17. [Epub ahead of print]
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