The microtubule-severing protein UNC-45A preferentially binds to curved microtubules and counteracts the microtubule-straightening effects of Taxol

Asumi Hoshino, Valentino Clemente, Mihir J Shetty, Brian Castle, David Odde, Martina Bazzaro

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