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Differential recruitment of co-regulatory proteins to the human estrogen receptor 1 in response to xenoestrogens

Smith, LC, Clark, JC, Bisesi, JH, Ferguson, PL, and Sabo-Attwood, T.  Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part D, Genomics & proteomics 19 (September 2016): 159-173.
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