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ResearchTopical Collection Proceedings of the Critical Assessment of Massive Data Analysis (CAMDA) Satellite Meeting to ISMB 2017
OpinionTopical Collection Evolutionary Biology
Exon skipping-rich transcriptomes of animals reflect the significance of exon-shuffling in metazoan proteome evolution
Laszlo Patthy (January 2019)
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