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EGF receptor

 

References:-

Van der Heyden, M. A. G., Van Bergen en Henegouwen, P. M. P., de Ruiter, N., Verdaasdonk, M. A. M., Van den Tweel, J. G., Rijsen, G., Boonstra, J. & Joling, P. (1997) The actin binding domain of the epidermal growth factor receptor is required for EGF-stimulated tissue invasion, Expt. Cell Res. 234, 521-526.

den Hartigh, J. C., van Bergen en Henegouwen, P. M. P., Verkleij, A. J. & Boonstra, J. (1992) The EGF receptor is an actin-binding protein, J.Cell Biol. 119, 349-355.

Rijken, P. J., Post, S. M., Hage, W. J., van Bergen en Henegouwen, P. M. P., Verkleij, A. J. & Boonstra, J. (1995) Actin polymerization localizes to the activated epidermal growth factor receptor in the plasma membrane, independent of the cytosolic free calcium transient, Exp. Cell Res. 218, 223-232.

 
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