Domain-specific regulation of recombination in Caenorhabditis elegans in response to temperature, age and sex.

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Published in Genetics on September 09, 2008


Jaclyn G Y Lim1, Rachel R W Stine, Judith L Yanowitz

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1: Department of Biology, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland 21204, USA.

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