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Polarization of migrating cortical neurons by Rap1 and N-cadherin: Revisiting the model for the Reelin signaling pathway.

Bibliographic reference Jossin, Yves. Polarization of migrating cortical neurons by Rap1 and N-cadherin: Revisiting the model for the Reelin signaling pathway.. In: Small GTPases, Vol. 2, no.6, p. 322-328 (novembre 2011)
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