Novel Anchorage of GluR2/3 to the Postsynaptic Density by the AMPA Receptor–Binding Protein ABP

  title={Novel Anchorage of GluR2/3 to the Postsynaptic Density by the AMPA Receptor–Binding Protein ABP},
  author={S Srivastava and Pavel Osten and Ferdinand S. Vilim and Latika Khatri and Gareth J. Inman and Bradley A. States and Christopher Daly and Sunita deSouza and Ruben Abagyan and Juli G. Valtschanoff and Richard J. Weinberg and Edward Benjamin Ziff},

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