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Loss of WT1 function leads to ectopic myogenesis in Wilms' tumour

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Miyagawa, K., Kent, J., Moore, A. et al. Loss of WT1 function leads to ectopic myogenesis in Wilms' tumour. Nat Genet 18, 15–17 (1998).

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