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Ernst Schering Res Found Workshop. January 1, 2000; (29): 211-35.

Hedgehog signaling in animal development and human disease.

Bailey EC , Scott MP , Johnson RL .

PubMed ID: 10943312
Article link:
Grant support: Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Genes referenced: shh

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