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Yu-li Wang
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Why do various focal adhesion proteins undergo different degrees of correlated retrograde movement with actin filaments? Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  



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Activation of immune cells by many different receptors depends on ITAM-based signaling. Gloss »   Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  


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