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  • Krull M, Pistor S, Voss N, Kel A, Reuter I, Kronenberg D, Michael H, Schwarzer K, Potapov A, Choi C, Kel-Margoulis O, Wingender E. (2006) "TRANSPATH®: An Information Resource for Storing and Visualizing Signaling Pathways and their Pathological Aberrations" Nucleic Acids Res. 34:D546-D551. [Abstract]
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