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A scalable pipeline for highly effective genetic modification of a malaria parasite
(Nature Methods) Sunday October 23rd 2011
Author(s): Claudia Pfander, Burcu Anar, Frank Schwach, Thomas D Otto, Mathieu Brochet, Katrin Volkmann, Michael A Quail, Arnab Pain, Barry Rosen, William Skarnes, Julian C Rayner, Oliver Billker,
DOI:10.1038/nmeth.1742

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