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The proto-oncogene c-src is involved in primordial follicle activation through the PI3K, PKC and MAPK signaling pathways

Xiao-Yu Du, Jian Huang, Liang-Quan Xu, Dan-Feng Tang, Lei Wu, Li-Xia Zhang, Xiao-Ling Pan, Wei-Yun Chen, Li-Ping Zheng and Yue-Hui Zheng*

Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 2012, 10:58  doi:10.1186/1477-7827-10-58

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yuehui zheng   (2012-09-25 17:01)  Nanchang University

Title: The proto-oncogene c-src is involved in primordial follicle activation through the PI3K, PKC and MAPK signaling pathways Journal: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology MS: 2046908597660385 Authors: Xiao-Yu Du#1, Jian Huang#1, Li-Ping Zheng#1,Liang-Quan Xu1, Dan-Feng Tang1, Lei Wu2, Li-Xia Zhang1, Xiao-Ling Pan3, Wei-Yun Chen1, Yue-Hui Zheng*1 # equal contributors * Corresponding author

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