The gene for a novel member of the whey acidic protein family encodes three four-disulfide core domains and is asynchronously expressed during lactation

Kaylene J. Simpson*, Shoba Ranganathani, Juliet A. Fisher, Peter A. Janssens, Denis C. Shaw, Kevin R. Nicholas

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