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Smaug1 mRNA-silencing foci respond to NMDA and modulate synapse formation

By María Verónica Baez, Luciana Luchelli, Darío Maschi, Martín Habif, Malena Pascual, María Gabriela Thomas and Graciela Lidia Boccaccio


S-foci, the first reported mRNA-silencing foci specific to neurons, may control local mRNA translation in response to NMDA receptor stimulation and synaptic plasticity

Topics: Research Articles
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