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Septins: New Microtubule Interacting Partners

1University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine andToronto General Hospital, Division of Cellular and Molecular Biology, Max Bell Research Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Physiology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Received 4 February 2008; Revised 25 May 2008; Accepted 27 May 2008

Academic Editor: Martin Goette

Copyright © 2008 Rosalind Silverman-Gavrila and Lorelei Silverman-Gavrila.

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