Rap1a null mice have altered myeloid cell functions suggesting distinct roles for the closely related Rap1a and 1b proteins (Journal of Immunology (2007) 179 (8322-8331))

Y. Li, J. Yan, P. De, H. C. Chang, A. Yamauchi, K. W. Christopherson, N. C. Paranavitana, X. Peng, C. Kim, V. Munugulavadla, R. Kapur, H. Chen, W. Shou, J. C. Stone, M. H. Kaplan, M. C. Dinauer, D. L. Durden, L. A. Quilliam

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Original languageEnglish
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JournalJournal of Immunology
Volume180
Issue number5
StatePublished - Mar 1 2008
Externally publishedYes

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Li, Y., Yan, J., De, P., Chang, H. C., Yamauchi, A., Christopherson, K. W., Paranavitana, N. C., Peng, X., Kim, C., Munugulavadla, V., Kapur, R., Chen, H., Shou, W., Stone, J. C., Kaplan, M. H., Dinauer, M. C., Durden, D. L., & Quilliam, L. A. (2008). Rap1a null mice have altered myeloid cell functions suggesting distinct roles for the closely related Rap1a and 1b proteins (Journal of Immunology (2007) 179 (8322-8331)). Journal of Immunology, 180(5).