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Rbfox-regulated alternative splicing critical for zfish cardiac & skeletal muscle fxn

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Gallagher TL, Arribere JA, Geurts PA, Exner CR, McDonald KL, Dill KK, Marr HL, Adkar SS, Garnett AT, Amacher SL, Conboy JG. [Only registered users see links. ]. Dev Biol. 2011 Sep 7. [Epub ahead of print]

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