Simiate is an Actin binding protein involved in filopodia dynamics and arborization of neurons

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The Actin cytoskeleton constitutes the functional base for a multitude of cellular processes extending from motility and migration to cell mechanics and morphogenesis. The latter is particularly important to neuronal cells since the accurate functioning of the brain crucially depends on the correct arborization of neurons, a process that requires the… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fncel.2014.00099

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