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Hou L

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Title Authors Year Journal
A cluster of polypyrimidine tracts is involved in the transcription regulation of telomerase transcriptional elements-interacting factor. Hou L 2009 Molecular and cellular biochemistry
Specific up-regulation of DNA polymerase by human papillomavirus 16. Hou L 2008 Chin Med Sci J
Development of single-domain recombinant antibodies to reverse transcriptase domain of human hTERT. Hou L 2004 Hybridoma and hybridomics
Development of a monoclonal antibody for neutralization of human telomerase activity. Hou L 2002 Hybridoma and hybridomics
[Monoclonal antibodies against human telomerase reverse transcriptase: preparation, characterization, and application]. Hou L 2002 Zhonghua bing li xue za zhi Chinese journal of pathology
Monoclonal antibodies against human telomerase reverse transcriptase (hTERT): preparation, characterization, and application. Hou L 2001 Hybridoma
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