Combined signal sequence trap and macroarray analysis identifies genes associated with differential fruit softening characteristics during ripening in European and Chinese pears

@article{Mwaniki2021CombinedSS,
  title={Combined signal sequence trap and macroarray analysis identifies genes associated with differential fruit softening characteristics during ripening in European and Chinese pears},
  author={Mercy W. Mwaniki and Oscar W. Mitalo and Eric Gituma Mworia and Willis Omondi Owino and Kyoko Hiwasa-Tanase and Jocelyn K. C. Rose and Koh Aoki and Tomoya Esumi and Takashi Kawai and Ryohei Thomas Nakano and Koichiro Ushijima and Yasutaka Kubo},
  journal={Postharvest Biology and Technology},
  year={2021},
  volume={174},
  pages={111436}
}
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