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Structure and expression of two nuclear receptor genes in marsupials: insights into the evolution of the antisense overlap between the α-thyroid hormone receptor and Rev-erbα

By Brandon C Rindfleisch, M Scott Brown, John L VandeBerg and Stephen H Munroe
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