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2017Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase maintains glycolysis-driven growth in Drosophila tumorsHussain, R.; Shaukat, Z.; Khan, M.; Saint, R.; Gregory, S.
2018The genomic history of southeastern EuropeMathieson, I.; Alpaslan-Roodenberg, S.; Posth, C.; Szécsényi-Nagy, A.; Rohland, N.; Mallick, S.; Olalde, I.; Broomandkhoshbacht, N.; Candilio, F.; Cheronet, O.; Fernandes, D.; Ferry, M.; Gamarra, B.; Fortes, G.; Haak, W.; Harney, E.; Jones, E.; Keating, D.; Krause-Kyora, B.; Kucukkalipci, I.; et al.
2009Zebrafish aplnra functions in epibolyNornes, S.; Tucker, B.; Lardelli, M.
1996The stoned locus of drosophila melanogaster produces a dicistronic transcript and encodes two distinct polypeptidesAndrews, J.; Smith, M.; Merakovsky, J.; Coulson, M.; Hannan, F.; Kelly, L.
1999Isolation and characterisation of a cDNA encoding a Zona Pellucida Protein (ZPB) from the marsupial Trichosurus vulpecula (Brushtail Possum)Haines, B.; Rathjen, P.; Hope, R.; Whyatt, L.; Holland, M.; Breed, W.
2014A myelopoiesis gene signature during remission in anti-neutrophil cytoplasm antibody-associated vasculitis does not predict relapses but seems to reflect ongoing prednisolone therapyKurz, T.; Weiner, M.; Skoglund, C.; Basnet, S.; Eriksson, P.; Segelmark, M.
2014SAMSN1 is a tumor suppressor gene in multiple myelomaNoll, J.; Hewett, D.; Williams, S.; Vandyke, K.; Kok, C.; To, L.; Zannettino, A.
2013Peeking at peak oilAleklett, K.; Lardelli, M.; Qvennerstedt, O.
1999Germline mutations in the extracellular domains of the 55 kDa TNF receptor, TNFR1, define a family of dominantly inherited autoinflammatory syndromesMcDermott, M.; Aksentijevich, I.; Galon, J.; McDermott, E.; Ogunkolade, B.; Centola, M.; Mansfield, E.; Gadina, M.; Karenko, L.; Petterson, T.; McCarthy, J.; Frucht, D.; Aringer, M.; Torosyan, Y.; Teppo, A.; Wilson, M.; Karaarslan, H.; Wan, Y.; Todd, I.; Wood, G.; et al.
1996A novel mutation in Exon 6 (F236S) of the proteolipid protein gene is associated with spastic paraplegiaDonnelly, A.; Colley, A.; Crimmins, D.; Mulley, J.