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Of Hearts and Giants: Biggest Protein Helps Study Cardiac Disease

News   Jun 28, 2018

 
Of Hearts and Giants: Biggest Protein Helps Study Cardiac Disease

Models for alternative splicing regulation of TTN pre-mRNAs by wild-type (left) and mutant (right) RBM20. Credit: TMD

 
 
 

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