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Kholmanskikh SS, Koeller HB, Wynshaw-Boris A, Gomez T, Letourneau PC, Ross ME. Calcium-dependent interaction of Lis1 with IQGAP1 and Cdc42 promotes neuronal motility. Nat Neurosci . 2005 Dec 20 ; PubMed Abstract

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Comment by:  Shinji Hirotsune
Submitted 22 December 2005 Posted 22 December 2005

Lissencephaly is characterized by smooth cerebral surface,...  Read more


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Comment by:  Nick Brandon (Disclosure)
Submitted 28 December 2005 Posted 28 December 2005

Lis1 is known to play a crucial role in neuronal migration...  Read more


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Comment by:  Barbara K. Lipska
Submitted 28 December 2005 Posted 28 December 2005

Subtle abnormalities in cortical axon growth, and synapse...  Read more


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Primary News: Lis1 Acts as Middleman for Actin and Microtubules

Comment by:  Akira Sawa, SRF Advisor
Submitted 12 January 2006 Posted 12 January 2006

I found the paper by Kholmanskikh and colleagues, which...  Read more


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