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Analysis of newly established EST databases reveals similarities between heart regeneration in newt and fish.
Borchardt T., Looso M., Bruckskotten M., Weis P., Kruse J., Braun T.,
BMC Genomics 2010
Advanced identification of proteins in uncharacterized proteomes by pulsed in vivo stable isotope labeling-based mass spectrometry.
Looso M., Borchardt T., Krüger M., Braun T.,
Mol. Cell Proteomics 2010
A de novo assembly of the newt transcriptome combined with proteomic validation identifies new protein families expressed during tissue regeneration.
Looso M, Preussner J, Sousounis K, Bruckskotten M, Michel CS, Lignelli E, Reinhardt R, Höffner S, Krüger M, Tsonis PA, Borchardt T, Braun T
Genome Biol. 2013
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