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Multiple roles of RBM 4 in muscle cell differentiation

@inproceedings{Lin2011MultipleRO,
  title={Multiple roles of RBM 4 in muscle cell differentiation},
  author={Jung-Chun Lin and W. Tarn},
  year={2011}
}
1. Abstract 2. Post-transcriptional regulation 3. An overview of muscle development 4. Post-transcriptional regulation of myogenesis 4.1. Alternative mRNA splicing 4.2. mRNA stability 4.3. Translation control 5. The roles of RBM4 in muscle cell differentiation 5.1. Basic characteristics of RBM4 5.2. Role of RBM4 in muscle cell-specific splicing 5.3. Role of RBM4 in translational control 5.4. Potential function of RBM4 in muscle differentiation 6. Conclusion and perspectives 7. Acknowledgements… Expand

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