5000-year-old myelin: uniquely intact in molecular configuration and fine structure

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Many of the stories that have appeared in this column recount the way in which the timely appearance of a paper catalyzed the pursuit of a new line of research. The experience is, happily, not limited to new papers. One of the greatest pleasures in research is to discover (or more accurately, to rediscover) a gem of a paper that has been in the literature… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0960-9822(07)00334-X

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@article{He19985000yearoldMU, title={5000-year-old myelin: uniquely intact in molecular configuration and fine structure}, author={Michael He\ss and E. Kirschning and Karin Pfaller and Paul L. Debbage and Heinrich Hohenberg and Gyula Klima}, journal={Current Biology}, year={1998}, volume={8}, pages={R511-R513} }