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Hoffmann, R. A wiki for the life sciences where authorship matters. Nature Genetics (2008)

The widely-distributed tumour protein, oncomodulin, is a normal constituent of human and rodent placentas.

Oncomodulin, first found in tumours, turns out to be a highly conserved oncodevelopmental protein in human and rodent placentas. The human and rat placental oncomodulins were visualised immunohistochemically. The placental oncomodulins are identical to each other, and to tumour oncomodulin with respect to amino acid composition, chromatographic elution and the pattern of the peptides released by trypsin action.[1]


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