The chianti zebrafish mutant provides a model for erythroid-specific disruption of transferrin receptor 1

Rebecca A. Wingert, Alison Brownlie, Jenna L. Galloway, Kimberly Dooley, Paula Fraenkel, Jennifer L. Axe, Alan J. Davidson, Bruce Barut, Laura Noriega, Xiaoming Sheng, Yi Zhou, F. van Bebber, E. Busch-Nentwich, R. Dahm, H. G. Frohnhöfer, H. Geiger, D. Gilmour, S. Holley, J. Hooge, D. JülichH. Knaut, F. Maderspacher, C. Neumann, T. Nicolson, C. Nüsslein-Volhard, H. Roehl, U. Schönberger, C. Seiler, M. Söllner, M. Sonawane, A. Wehner, C. Weiler, B. Schimdt, U. Hagner, E. Hennen, C. Kaps, A. Kirchner, T. I. Koblizek, U. Langheinrich, C. Metzger, R. Nordin, M. Pezzuti, K. Schlombs, J. deSantana-Stamm, T. Trowe, G. Vacun, A. Walker, C. Weiler, Leonard I. Zon

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