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Regional accumulation of vegetal pole poly adenylated rna injected into fertilized xenopus laevis eggs



Regional accumulation of vegetal pole poly adenylated rna injected into fertilized xenopus laevis eggs



Nature (London) 294(5838): 255-257




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