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Reggie/flotillin proteins are organized into stable tetramers in membrane microdomains

Reggie/flotillin proteins are organized into stable tetramers in membrane microdomains

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SOLIS PADILLA, Gonzalo, Maja HOEGG, Christina MUNDERLOH, Yvonne SCHROCK, Edward MÁLAGA-TRILLO, Eric RIVERA-MILLA, Claudia STÜRMER, 2007. Reggie/flotillin proteins are organized into stable tetramers in membrane microdomains. In: Biochemical Journal. 403(2), pp. 313-322. ISSN 0006-2936. eISSN 1470-8728

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