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An alternative splicing variant of mineralocorticoid receptor discovered in preeclampsia tissues and its effect on endothelial dysfunction

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An alternative splicing variant of mineralocorticoid receptor discovered in preeclampsia tissues and its effect on endothelial dysfunction
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Science China Life Sciences, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11427-018-9535-9
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Mengxi Guo, Chengliang Zhou, Gufeng Xu, Lin Tang, Yechun Ruan, Ying Yu, Xianhua Lin, Dandan Wu, Hao Chen, Priscilla Yu, Luyang Jin, Yinyu Wang, Yimei Wu, Kamran Ullah, Tanzil Ur Rahman, Xinmei Liu, Jianzhong Sheng, Hsiao-Chang Chan, Hefeng Huang

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#11,741,224
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#410
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#174,129
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#13
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