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Tu-P7:59 Recombineering of a bacterial artificial chromosome for generation of transgenic mice expressing MYC-tagged wild type or mutant (D374Y) human PCSK9



Tu-P7:59 Recombineering of a bacterial artificial chromosome for generation of transgenic mice expressing MYC-tagged wild type or mutant (D374Y) human PCSK9



Atherosclerosis Suppl.s 7(3): 197-198




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DOI: 10.1016/s1567-5688(06)80767-1


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