MyoD and E-protein heterodimers switch rhabdomyosarcoma cells from an arrested myoblast phase to a differentiated state

Zhihong Yang, Kyle L. MacQuarrie, Erwin Analau, Ashlee E. Tyler, F. Jeffery Dilworth, Yi Cao, Scott J. Diede, Stephen J. Tapseott

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