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Relationship of nuclear progesterone receptors to induction of ovalbumin and conalbumin mRNA in chick oviduct



Relationship of nuclear progesterone receptors to induction of ovalbumin and conalbumin mRNA in chick oviduct



Journal of Biological Chemistry 255(5): 2085-2091




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