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ALS/FTLD-Linked Mutations in FUS Glycine Residues Cause Accelerated Gelation and Reduced Interactions with Wild-Type FUS.

by Rhine, K., Makurath, M. A., Liu, J., Skanchy, S., Lopez, C., Catalan, K. F., Ma, Y., Ha, T., Chemla, Y. R. and Myong, S.
Reference:
ALS/FTLD-Linked Mutations in FUS Glycine Residues Cause Accelerated Gelation and Reduced Interactions with Wild-Type FUS. (Rhine, K., Makurath, M. A., Liu, J., Skanchy, S., Lopez, C., Catalan, K. F., Ma, Y., Ha, T., Chemla, Y. R. and Myong, S.), In Mol Cell, 2020.
Bibtex Entry:
@Article{pmid33159856,
   Author="Rhine, K. and Makurath, M. A. and Liu, J. and Skanchy, S. and Lopez, C. and Catalan, K. F. and Ma, Y. and Ha, T. and Chemla, Y. R. and Myong, S.",
   Title="{ALS/FTLD-Linked Mutations in FUS Glycine Residues Cause Accelerated Gelation and Reduced Interactions with Wild-Type FUS.}",
   Journal="Mol Cell",
   Year="2020",
   Month="Oct",
   URL="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33159856",
}

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