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Clustering of integrin β cytoplasmic domains triggers nascent adhesion formation and reveals a protozoan origin of the integrin-talin interaction

Clustering of integrin β cytoplasmic domains triggers nascent adhesion formation and reveals a protozoan origin of the integrin-talin interaction

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BAADE, Timo, Christoph PAONE, Adrian BALDRICH, Christof R. HAUCK, 2019. Clustering of integrin β cytoplasmic domains triggers nascent adhesion formation and reveals a protozoan origin of the integrin-talin interaction. In: Scientific Reports. 9, 5728. eISSN 2045-2322. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-42002-6

@article{Baade2019-04-05Clust-45732, title={Clustering of integrin β cytoplasmic domains triggers nascent adhesion formation and reveals a protozoan origin of the integrin-talin interaction}, year={2019}, doi={10.1038/s41598-019-42002-6}, volume={9}, journal={Scientific Reports}, author={Baade, Timo and Paone, Christoph and Baldrich, Adrian and Hauck, Christof R.}, note={Article Number: 5728} }

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