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The gene encoding disabled-1 (DAB1), the intracellular adaptor of the Reelin pathway, reveals unusual complexity in human and mouse.

Bibliographic reference Bar, Isabelle ; Tissir, Fadel ; Lambert de Rouvroit, Catherine ; De Backer, Olivier ; Goffinet, Andre M. The gene encoding disabled-1 (DAB1), the intracellular adaptor of the Reelin pathway, reveals unusual complexity in human and mouse.. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 278, no.8, p. 5802-12 (2003)
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