EGF signaling and the origin of axial polarity among the insects


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Lynch, Peel, Drechsler, Averof, Roth
Current Biology, vol. 20, 2010, pp. 1042-1047

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Lynch, Peel, Drechsler, Averof, & Roth. (2010). EGF signaling and the origin of axial polarity among the insects. Current Biology, 20, 1042–1047.


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Lynch, Peel, Drechsler, Averof, and Roth. “EGF Signaling and the Origin of Axial Polarity among the Insects.” Current Biology 20 (2010): 1042–1047.


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Lynch, et al. “EGF Signaling and the Origin of Axial Polarity among the Insects.” Current Biology, vol. 20, 2010, pp. 1042–47.


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@article{lynch2010a,
  title = {EGF signaling and the origin of axial polarity among the insects},
  year = {2010},
  journal = {Current Biology},
  pages = {1042-1047},
  volume = {20},
  author = {Lynch and Peel and Drechsler and Averof and Roth}
}




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