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1. METHODOLOGY ARTICLE Open Access

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2. Nearly Complete 28S rRNA Gene Sequences Confirm New Hypotheses of Sponge Evolution

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3. RNA interference in marine and freshwater sponges: actin knockdown in Tethya wilhelma and Ephydatia muelleri by ingested dsRNA expressing bacteria

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4. RNA interference in marine and freshwater sponges: actin knockdown in Tethya wilhelma and Ephydatia muelleri by ingested dsRNA expressing bacteria


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5. Isolation of Adenochrome from the Branchial Hearts of the Common Brown Octopus


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6. Reconstruction of Family-Level Phylogenetic Relationships within Demospongiae (Porifera) Using Nuclear Encoded Housekeeping Genes

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7. RNA interference in marine and freshwater sponges


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8. Nearly Complete 28S rRNA Gene Sequences Confirm New Hypotheses of Sponge Evolution


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9. RNA interference in marine and freshwater sponges: actin knockdown in Tethya wilhelma and Ephydatia muelleri by ingested dsRNA expressing bacteria


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10. Reconstruction of Family-Level Phylogenetic Relationships within Demospongiae (Porifera) Using Nuclear Encoded Housekeeping Genes


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