An evolutionarily conserved intronic region controls the spatiotemporal expression of the transcription factor Sox10

James R. Dutton, Anthony Antonellis, Thomas J. Carney, Frederico S. L. M. Rodriguez, William J. Pavan, Andrew Ward, Robert N. Kelsh

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