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Complex relationship between DNA methylation and gene expression due to Lr28 in wheat-leaf rust pathosystem

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Complex relationship between DNA methylation and gene expression due to Lr28 in wheat-leaf rust pathosystem
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Molecular Biology Reports, December 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11033-019-05236-1
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Gautam Saripalli, Chanchal Sharma, Tinku Gautam, Kalpana Singh, Neelu Jain, Pramod Prasad, J. K. Roy, J. B. Sharma, P. K. Sharma, K. V. Prabhu, H. S. Balyan, P. K. Gupta

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