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MuRFs Specialized Members of the TRIM/RBCC Family with Roles in the Regulation of the Trophic State of Muscle and Its Metabolism

MuRFs Specialized Members of the TRIM/RBCC Family with Roles in the Regulation of the Trophic State of Muscle and Its Metabolism

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MAYANS, Olga, Siegfried LABEIT, 2012. MuRFs Specialized Members of the TRIM/RBCC Family with Roles in the Regulation of the Trophic State of Muscle and Its Metabolism. In: MERONI, Germana, ed.. TRIM/RBCC Proteins. New York, NY:Springer, pp. 119-129. ISBN 978-1-4614-5397-0. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-5398-7_9

@incollection{Mayans2012MuRFs-38718, title={MuRFs Specialized Members of the TRIM/RBCC Family with Roles in the Regulation of the Trophic State of Muscle and Its Metabolism}, year={2012}, doi={10.1007/978-1-4614-5398-7_9}, isbn={978-1-4614-5397-0}, address={New York, NY}, publisher={Springer}, booktitle={TRIM/RBCC Proteins}, pages={119--129}, editor={Meroni, Germana}, author={Mayans, Olga and Labeit, Siegfried} }

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