The reggie/flotillin connection to growth

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STÜRMER, Claudia, 2010. The reggie/flotillin connection to growth. In: Trends in Cell Biology. 20(1), pp. 6-13. ISSN 0962-8924. eISSN 1879-3088

@article{Sturmer2010-01reggi-8517, title={The reggie/flotillin connection to growth}, year={2010}, doi={10.1016/j.tcb.2009.10.003}, number={1}, volume={20}, issn={0962-8924}, journal={Trends in Cell Biology}, pages={6--13}, author={Stürmer, Claudia} }

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