Gene transfer and molecular cloning of the rat nerve growth factor receptor

@article{Radeke1987GeneTA,
  title={Gene transfer and molecular cloning of the rat nerve growth factor receptor},
  author={Monte J. Radeke and Thomas P. Misko and Charles Hsu and Leonard A. Herzenberg and Eric M. Shooter},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1987},
  volume={325},
  pages={593-597}
}
The amino-acid sequence of one form of the receptor for nerve growth factor defines a new class of growth factor receptors. 
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