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N RECENT YEARS, knowledge of the red blood cell I (RBC) membrane skeleton has greatly increased. This progress has been spurred, in large part, by the application of the techniques of molecular biology to the analysis of the structure of normal and mutant membrane skeleton proteins. This review focuses on spectrin, the most abundant protein of the… (More)

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