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Biomolecular Concepts Volume 5, Issue 4
Epigenetic regulation of CC-chemokine ligand 2 in nonresolving inflammation
Kiguchi, Norikazu / Saika, Fumihiro / Kobayashi, Yuka / Kishioka, Shiroh
Update on non-canonical microRNAs
Abdelfattah, Ahmed Maher / Park, Chanhyun / Choi, Michael Y.
Mechanisms of remyelination: recent insight from experimental models
Tanaka, Tatsuhide / Yoshida, Shigetaka
Alcohol oxidation by flavoenzymes
Romero, Elvira / Gadda, Giovanni
Podocytes: recent biomolecular developments
Armelloni, Silvia / Corbelli, Alessandro / Giardino, Laura / Li, Min / Ikehata, Masami / Mattinzoli, Deborah / Messa, Piergiorgio / Pignatari, Chiara / Watanabe, Shojiro / Rastaldi, Maria Pia
Regulation of meiotic entry and gonadal sex differentiation in the human: normal and disrupted signaling
Jørgensen, Anne / Rajpert-De Meyts, Ewa
Developmental evolution and the origins of phenotypic variation
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