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Paper offers insights into network that plays crucial role in cell function and disease


February 4, 2014

schematic showing the human stathmin A new research paper from the labs of University of Notre Dame researchers Holly Goodson and Mark Alber helps resolve an ongoing debate about the assembly of a subcellular network that plays a critical role in cell function and disease. Full Story

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