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Flightless I Regulates Hemidesmosome Formation and Integrin-Mediated Cellular Adhesion and Migration during Wound Repair

Citation

Kopecki, Z, Arkell, R, Powell, B et al 2009, 'Flightless I Regulates Hemidesmosome Formation and Integrin-Mediated Cellular Adhesion and Migration during Wound Repair', The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol. Online 12 Feb 2009, pp. 1-15.

Year

2009

Field of Research

  • Developmental Genetics (Incl. Sex Determination)

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