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Hirschsprung’s disease: m6A methylase VIRMA suppresses cell migration and proliferation by regulating GSK3β

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Casertano, M., Strisciuglio, C. & Staiano, A. Hirschsprung’s disease: m6A methylase VIRMA suppresses cell migration and proliferation by regulating GSK3β. Pediatr Res (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-024-03274-5

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