Identification & Functional Characterization of the AtZFP3: AtZFP3, Signalling & Response. / Joseph, Mary Prathiba ; Papdi, Csaba; Szabados, Laszlo.

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. 136 p.

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Identification & Functional Characterization of the AtZFP3: AtZFP3, Signalling & Response. / Joseph, Mary Prathiba ; Papdi, Csaba; Szabados, Laszlo.

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. 136 p.

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Joseph, M. P., Papdi, C., & Szabados, L. (2015). Identification & Functional Characterization of the AtZFP3: AtZFP3, Signalling & Response. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

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Joseph MP, Papdi C, Szabados L. Identification & Functional Characterization of the AtZFP3: AtZFP3, Signalling & Response. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. 136 p.

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Joseph, Mary Prathiba ; Papdi, Csaba ; Szabados, Laszlo. / Identification & Functional Characterization of the AtZFP3: AtZFP3, Signalling & Response. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. 136 p.

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