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Actin, cofilin and cognition

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Figure 1: Model for Rac-induced changes in actin dynamics to form a lamellipodium, based on the findings of Arber et al.3 and Yang et al.4.

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Rosenblatt, J., Mitchison, T. Actin, cofilin and cognition. Nature 393, 739–740 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1038/31597

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