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PDZ and LIM domain-encoding genes: molecular interactions and their role in development.

Abstract:

PDZ/LIM genes encode a group of proteins that play very important, but diverse, biological roles. They have been implicated in numerous vital processes, e.g., cytoskeleton organization, neuronal signaling, cell lineage specification, organ development, and oncogenesis. In mammals, there are ten genes that encode for both a PDZ domain, and one or several LIM domains: four genes of the ALP subfamily (ALP, Elfin, Mystique, and RIL), three of the Enigma subfamily (Enigma, Enigma Homolog, and ZASP...

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Publisher copy:
10.1100/tsw.2007.232

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te Velthuis, AJ More by this author
Bagowski, CP More by this author
Journal:
TheScientificWorldJournal
Volume:
7
Pages:
1470-1492
Publication date:
2007
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EISSN:
1537-744X
ISSN:
2356-6140
URN:
uuid:f80379f1-cb9a-4578-bc34-016b204da2df
Source identifiers:
375265
Local pid:
pubs:375265

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