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Bryan L. Krock, Brian D. Perkins; The intraflagellar transport protein IFT57 is required for cilia maintenance and regulates IFT-particle-kinesin-II dissociation in vertebrate photoreceptors. Development 15 June 2008; 135 (12): e1. doi:
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