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Estrogenic and antiestrogenic non-steroidal xenobiotics alter the stability of apolipoprotein II mRNA in the avian liver by modulating the hepatic expression of the estrogen-regulated mRNA stabilizing factor



Estrogenic and antiestrogenic non-steroidal xenobiotics alter the stability of apolipoprotein II mRNA in the avian liver by modulating the hepatic expression of the estrogen-regulated mRNA stabilizing factor



FASEB Journal 10(3): A459




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