A disease of actin transport?


A disease of actin transport? pinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a motoneuron disease that results in paralysis and death usually before age 3, is caused by loss of the SMN1 gene. But what does the established splicing function of SMN1 have to do with motoneurons? Perhaps very little, say Rossoll et al., who on page 801 show that SMN1 is part of a complex that… (More)


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