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A molecular mechanism underlying the P1/P2 phenotypes: allele-selective RUNX1 binding regulates P1 blood group status by transcriptional control of A4GALTLinn Stenfelt, Julia S. Westman, Karina Vidovic, Mattias Möller, Åsa Hellberg, Sven Kjellström & Martin L Olsson, 2018 maj 22, s. 251-252. 2 s.
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