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The genetic interaction network of CCW12, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene required for cell wall integrity during budding and formation of mating projections

By Enrico Ragni, Heidi Piberger, Christine Neupert, Jesús García-Cantalejo, Laura Popolo, Javier Arroyo, Markus Aebi and Sabine Strahl
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