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Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata

Emma Quinn, Sophie Malkin, Andrew Rowley, Christopher Coates

Developmental & Comparative Immunology, Volume: 110, Start page: 103724

Swansea University Authors: Emma Quinn, Sophie Malkin, Andrew Rowley, Christopher Coates

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Published in: Developmental & Comparative Immunology
ISSN: 0145-305X
Published: Elsevier BV 2020
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title Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
spellingShingle Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
Emma Quinn
Sophie Malkin
Andrew Rowley
Christopher Coates
title_short Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
title_full Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
title_fullStr Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
title_full_unstemmed Laccase and catecholoxidase activities contribute to innate immunity in slipper limpets, Crepidula fornicata
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