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The Carboxy-Terminal Modulator Protein (CTMP) Regulates Mitochondrial Dynamics

By Arnaud Parcellier, Lionel A. Tintignac, Elena Zhuravleva, Bettina Dummler, Derek P. Brazil, Debby Hynx, Peter Cron, Susanne Schenk, Vesna Olivieri and Brian A. Hemmings
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