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Metallothionein 3 gene expression is up-regulated by intracellular iron chelation, the role of a putative Iron-responsive Element in the 3’untranslated region

Metallothionein 3 gene expression is up-regulated by intracellular iron chelation, the role of a putative Iron-responsive Element in the 3’untranslated region. Neurobiology of Aging, AD meeting in Philadelphia, PA. 2004.


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