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Ubiquitin recognition in endocytic trafficking : with or without ESCRT-0

Ubiquitin recognition in endocytic trafficking : with or without ESCRT-0

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MOSESSO, Niccolò, Marie-Kristin NAGEL, Erika ISONO, 2019. Ubiquitin recognition in endocytic trafficking : with or without ESCRT-0. In: Journal of cell science. 132(16), jcs232868. ISSN 0021-9533. eISSN 1477-9137. Available under: doi: 10.1242/jcs.232868

@article{Mosesso2019-08-15Ubiqu-46933, title={Ubiquitin recognition in endocytic trafficking : with or without ESCRT-0}, year={2019}, doi={10.1242/jcs.232868}, number={16}, volume={132}, issn={0021-9533}, journal={Journal of cell science}, author={Mosesso, Niccolò and Nagel, Marie-Kristin and Isono, Erika}, note={Article Number: jcs232868} }

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