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Muscle Research and Gene Ontology: New standards for improved data integration

By Erika Feltrin, Stefano Campanaro, Alexander D Diehl, Elisabeth Ehler, Georgine Faulkner, Jennifer Fordham, Chiara Gardin, Midori Harris, David Hill, Ralph Knoell, Paolo Laveder, Lorenza Mittempergher, Alessandra Nori, Carlo Reggiani, Vincenzo Sorrentino, Pompeo Volpe, Ivano Zara, Giorgio Valle and Jennifer Deegan née Clark
Topics: Correspondence
Publisher: BioMed Central
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