# Probing the role of homomeric and heteromeric receptor interactions in TGF-β signaling using small molecule dimerizers

@article{Stockwell1998ProbingTR,
title={Probing the role of homomeric and heteromeric receptor interactions in TGF-$\beta$ signaling using small molecule dimerizers},
author={Brent R. Stockwell and Stuart L. Schreiber},
journal={Current Biology},
year={1998},
volume={8},
pages={761-773}
}
• Published 18 June 1998
• Biology, Chemistry, Medicine
• Current Biology

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