Exploring Obscurin and SPEG Kinase Biology

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FLEMING, Jennifer R., Alankrita RANI, Jamie KRAFT, Sanja ZENKER, Emma BÖRGESON, Stephan LANGE, 2021. Exploring Obscurin and SPEG Kinase Biology. In: Journal of Clinical Medicine. MDPI. 10(5), 984. eISSN 2077-0383. Available under: doi: 10.3390/jcm10050984

@article{Fleming2021-03-02Explo-53254, title={Exploring Obscurin and SPEG Kinase Biology}, year={2021}, doi={10.3390/jcm10050984}, number={5}, volume={10}, journal={Journal of Clinical Medicine}, author={Fleming, Jennifer R. and Rani, Alankrita and Kraft, Jamie and Zenker, Sanja and Börgeson, Emma and Lange, Stephan}, note={Article Number: 984} }

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