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1. Department of Pathology

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2. Characterization of Fxr1 in Danio rerio; a simple vertebrate model to study costamere development


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3. Multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization on metaphase chromosomes and interphase Halo-preparations using cosmid and YAC clones for the simultaneous high resolution mapping...


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4. {beta}-catenin tyrosine 654 phosphorylation increases Wnt signalling and intestinal tumorigenesis


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5. {beta}-catenin tyrosine 654 phosphorylation increases Wnt signalling and intestinal tumorigenesis


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6. β-catenin tyrosine 654 phosphorylation increases Wnt signalling and intestinal tumorigenesis

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7. Characterization of Fxr1 in Danio rerio; a simple vertebrate model to study costamere development

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9. β-catenin tyrosine 654 phosphorylation increases Wnt signalling and intestinal tumorigenesis

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