Intracellular fatty-acid-binding proteins and their genes: useful models for diverse biological questions
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This review describes how a group of small, homologous, intracellular mammalian lipid-binding proteins and their genes have been 'exploited' over the last few years to address a number of questions in fields as diverse as biophysics and cell and developmental biology. Their usefulness as model systems has now been recognized although their precise physiological role(s) remains a mystery.
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Gordon, J. I., Sacchettini, J. C., Ropson, I. J., Frieden, C., Li, E., Rubin, D. C., Roth, K. A., & Cistola, D. P.
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Gordon, Jeffrey I||Sacchettini, James C||Ropson, Ira J||Frieden, Carl||Li, Ellen||Rubin, Deborah C||Roth, Kevin A||Cistola, David P