The mapping of Drosophila melanogaster mutant A.4.4

  title={The mapping of Drosophila melanogaster mutant A.4.4},
  author={Kayla L. Bieser and Joyce Stamm and Ayala A. Aldo and Suneil Bhaskara and Makayla Clairborne and Joselyn Coronel G{\'o}mez and Ron Dean and Aaron Dowell and Evan Dowell and Mathew Eissa and Ahmad Fawaz and Michael M. Fouad-Meshriky and Dustin Godoy and Krista Gonzalez and Malak K. Hachem and Malak F. Hammoud and Anthony Huffman and Hunter Ingram and Alex B Jackman and Bibek Karki and Natalia Khalil and Houda Khalil and Tran Khanh Ha and Arjun Kharel and Izabell Kobylarz and Hunter Lomprey and Adam Lonnberg and Safa Mahbuba and Hend Massarani and Maud Minster and Krystina Molina and Lynette Molitor and Taylor Morris Murray and Payal Patel and Sydney Pechulis and Architha Raja and Gladys Rastegari and Skylar Reeves and Niveda Sabu and Rafael Tostes Salazar and Devan Schulert and Matthew D. Senopole and Kristen Sportiello and Claudia Torres and Jade Villalobos and Joseph Wu and S. K. D. Zeigler and Jacob D. Kagey},
  journal={microPublication Biology},
The Mapping of Drosophila melanogaster mutant A.4.4 Kayla L. Bieser, Joyce Stamm, Ayala A. Aldo, Suneil Bhaskara, Makayla Claiborne, Joselyn N. Coronel Gómez, Ron Dean, Aaron Dowell, Evan Dowell, Mathew Eissa, Ahmad A. Fawaz, Michael M. FouadMeshriky, Dustin Godoy, Krista Gonzalez, Malak K. Hachem, Malak F. Hammoud, Anthony Huffman, Hunter Ingram, Alex B. Jackman, Bibek Karki, Natalia Khalil, Houda Khalil, Tran Khanh Ha, Arjun Kharel, Izabell Kobylarz, Hunter Lomprey, Adam Lonnberg, Safa… 
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