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Multi-compartmental distribution of the tuberous sclerosis gene products, hamartin and tuberin A potential role in caveolae trafficking



Multi-compartmental distribution of the tuberous sclerosis gene products, hamartin and tuberin A potential role in caveolae trafficking



Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 42: 397




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