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1. The cardiac stem cell compartment is indispensable for myocardial cell homeostasis, repair and regeneration in the adult


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2. Mammalian Nonsarcomeric Myosin Regulatory Light Chains Are Encoded by Two Differentially Regulated and Linked Genes

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4. Inhibition of in vitro myogenic differentiation by cellular transcription factor E2F1." Cell Growth Differ 6(10

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6. Cloning and characterization of mammalian myosin regulatory light chain (RLC) cDNA: the RLC gene is expressed in smooth, sarcomeric, and non-muscle tissues

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7. Mapping and use of a sequence that targets DNA ligase I to sites of DNA replication in vivo

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8. Co-expression of Multiple Myosin Heavy Chain Genes, In Addition to a Tissue-Specific One, in Extraocular Musculature

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9. Co-expression of multiple myosin heavy chain genes, in addition to a tissue-specific one, in extraocular musculature

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10. Three Differentially Expressed Na,K-ATPase a Subunit Isoforms: Structural and Functional Implications

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