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Characterization of the interaction between Actinin-Associated LIM Protein (ALP) and the rod domain of α-actinin

By Tuula Klaavuniemi, Nanna Alho, Pirta Hotulainen, Annina Kelloniemi, Heli Havukainen, Perttu Permi, Sampo Mattila and Jari Ylänne
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