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Corrigendum: Eya Protein Phosphatase Activity Regulates Six1–Dach–Eya Transcriptional Effects In Mammalian Organogenesis

X. Li, K. Ohgi, J. Zhang, A. Krones, K. Bush, C. Glass, S. Nigam, A. Aggarwal, R. Maas, D. W. Rose, M. Rosenfeld
Published 2004 · Biology

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