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Cloning and characterization of a complementary dna encoding a lytechinus pictus spicule matrix protein


, : Cloning and characterization of a complementary dna encoding a lytechinus pictus spicule matrix protein. Journal of Cell Biology 109(4 PART 2): 155A


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