[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

VDJ joining

(Feeney, Victor et al. 1994; Ezekiel, Sun et al. 1997; Collins, Sewell et al. 2003; Dudley, Chaudhuri et al. 2005; Thai and Kearney 2005; Yuan, Agard et al. 2005; Kiss, Fisher et al. 2006; Bonnet, Ferrier et al. 2009; Degner-Leisso and Feeney 2010; Featherstone, Wood et al. 2010; Giallourakis, Franklin et al. 2010; Motea and Berdis 2010; Osipovich and Oltz 2010; Zhang, Zmasek et al. 2010; Gapud and Sleckman 2011; Guo, Yoon et al. 2011; Schatz and Ji 2011)



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