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Thesis at a second degree level
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- 2018. Functional characterization of HNF1A variants identified in Norwegian diabetes registries can be important for precision medicine in diabetes clinics.
- 2007. The Effect of the Binding of Annexin A2 to the Untranslated Regions of c-myc mRNA on the in vitro Translation of Reporter Protein.
- 2006. Engineering of mRNA chimeras to study the role of Annexin A2 in c-myc mRNA translation.
- 2003. Ubiquitin conjugates of annexin 2 are enriched in cytoskeleton-associated messenger ribonucleoprotein complexes.