Anthropoid primate-specific retroviral element THE1B controls expression of CRH in placenta and alters gestation length.
Dunn-Fletcher, Caitlin E; Muglia, Lisa M; Pavlicev, Mihaela; Wolf, Gernot; Sun, Ming-An; Hu, Yueh-Chiang; Huffman, Elizabeth; Tumukuntala, Shivani; Thiele, Katri; Mukherjee, Amrita; Zoubovsky, Sandra; Zhang, Xuzhe; Swaggart, Kayleigh A; Lamm, Katherine Y Bezold; Jones, Helen; Macfarlan, Todd S; Muglia, Louis J.
; 16(9): e2006337, 2018 09.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30231016
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