Diversifying microtubules in brain development

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Tubulins are key structural components of all cells. A new study reveals roles in brain development for a specific β-tubulin isoform and highlights potential for functional diversity in the β-tubulin gene family.

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Figure 1: Tubulins in brain development.

Kim Caesar

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