Alternate Exon Usage is a Commonly Used Mechanism for Increasing Coding Diversity Within Genes Coding for Extracellular Matrix Proteins

Charles D. Boyd, Richard A. Pierce, Jean E. Schwarzbauer, Kurt Doege, Linda J. Sandell

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