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This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThe small GTPase RhoA is a major regulator of actin reorganization during the formation of stress fibers; thus identifying molecules that regulate Rho activity is necessary for a complete understanding of the mechanisms that determine cell contractility. Here, we have identified Arhgap28 as a Rho GTPa

Author: Yeung, Ching-Yan Chloe; Taylor, Susan H.; Garva, Richa; Holmes, David F.; Zeef, Leo A.; Soininen, Raija; Boot-Handford, Raymond P.; Kadler, Karl E.

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