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A summary of the chromatin structure and other architectural features of the maize Adh1 5' flanking region

Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter (68): 41, 42

A summary of the chromatin structure and other architectural features of the maize Adh1 5' flanking region

The chromatin structure of the maize Adh1 (alcohol dehydrogenase) promoter is illustrated diagrammatically, together with appropriate references.

Accession: 002289956

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