Sexually dimorphic leanness and hypermobility in p16Ink4a/CDKN2A-deficient mice coincides with phenotypic changes in the cerebellum

Kwang H. Kim, Yejin Cho, Jaehoon Lee, Haengdueng Jeong, Yura Lee, Soo In Kim, Chang Hoon Kim, Han Woong Lee, Ki Taek Nam

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