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Giovanni Neri - bibliography

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Biography

Italian medical geneticist, Rome.

Bibliography

  • Richard J Gibbons, Satvinder Bachoo, David J. Picketts, Salim Aftimos, Bernhard Asenbauer, JoAnn Bergoffen, Susan A. Berry, Niklas Dahl, Alan Fryer, Kim Keppler, Kenji Kurosawa, Michael L. Levin, Mitsuo Masuno, Giovanni Neri, Mary Ella Pierpont, Sarah F. Slaney & Douglas R. Higgs:
    Mutations in transcriptional regulator ATRX establish the functional significance of a PHD-like domain.
    Nature Genetics, October 1997, volume 17 (2): 146.

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