Profilin II is alternatively spliced, resulting in profilin isoforms that are differentially expressed and have distinct biochemical properties

A. Lambrechts, A. Braun, V. Jonckheere, A. Aszodi, L. M. Lanier, J. Robbens, I. Van Colen, J. Vandekerckhove, R. Fassler, C. Ampe

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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology