Elucidating the structure and function of S100 proteins in membranes - art. no. 603619

Spie-Int Society Optical Engineering
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Biomems And Nanotechnology Ii, 2006, pp. 3619 - 3619
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100 proteins are important Ca2+-binding proteins involved in vital cellular functions including the modulation of cell growth, migration and differentiation, regulation of intracellular signal transduction/phosphorylation pathways, energy metabolism, cyt
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