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  18. A map of minor groove shape and electrostatic potential from hydroxyl radical cleavage patterns of DNA. (2011). EP Bishop, R Rohs, SCJ Parker, SM West, P Liu, RS Mann, B Honig, et al ACS chemical biology 6 (12), 1314-1320 [DOI] 40x
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  34. Finishing the euchromatic sequence of the human genome.. Nature 431 (7011), 931-945 2707x
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  36. HOX gene evolution among telosts.. AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST 39 (5), 14A-14A