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D.R. Winge, Copper-Regulatory Domain Involved in Gene Expression.
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P. Bross, Brage S. Andresen, and N. Gregersen, Impaired Folding and Subunit Assembly as Disease Mechanism: The Example of Medium-Chain acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency.
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