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Hallmarks of Cancer: The Next Generation • Review article
Cell, Volume 144, Issue 5, March 2011, Pages 646-674 | Hanahan, D.; Weinberg, Robert A.

Super-Enhancers in the Control of Cell Identity and Disease • Article
Cell, Volume 155, Issue 4, November 2013, Pages 934-947 | Hnisz, D.; Abraham, Brian J.; Lee, T.; Lau, A.; Saint-Andre, V.; Sigova, Alla A.; Hoke, Heather A.; Young, Richard A.


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Special Issue: Meiosis
Journal of Genetics and Genomics, Volume 41, Issue 3, pages 83-186 (Mar-14)
Edited by Hong Ma, Qinghua Shi

Antiviral Innate Immunity (Part II)
Journal Of Molecular Biology, Volume 426, Issue 6, pages 1129-1366 (Mar-14)
Edited by Eric Freed, Michael Gale

Molecular Interplay in Viral Assembly
Journal Of Molecular Biology, Volume 426, Issue 5, pages 995-1128 (Mar-14)
Edited by John E. Johnson, Eric O. Freed, Michael F. Summers, David E. Draper, Frederic H.T. Allain


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