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The conserved alternative splicing factor caper regulates neuromuscular phenotypes during development and aging.

Titus MB, Wright EG, Bono JM, Poliakon AK, Goldstein BR, Super MK, Young LA, Manaj M, Litchford M, Reist NE, Killian DJ, Olesnicky EC. The conserved alternative splicing factor caper regulates neuromuscular phenotypes during development and aging. Dev Biol. 2021 05; 473:15-32.

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