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The induction of ovalbumin and conalbumin mRNA by estrogen and progesterone in chick oviduct explant cultures



The induction of ovalbumin and conalbumin mRNA by estrogen and progesterone in chick oviduct explant cultures



Cell 14(2): 403-413




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DOI: 10.1016/0092-8674(78)90125-3


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