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Original Research Paper PI(3,4)P2-mediated cytokinetic abscission prevents early senescence and cataract formation
DOI: 10.1126/science.abk0410
Science , Dec 10, 2021
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How to cite: Readers should cite both the Bio-protocol article and the original research article where this protocol was used:
1. Gulluni, F. and Hirsch, E. (2021). Immunofluorescence on adherent cells using anti-phosphatidylinositol (PI) antibodies. Bio-protocol. bio-protocol.org/prep1488.
2. Gulluni, F., Prever, L., Li, H., Krafcikova, P., Corrado, I., Lo, W., Margaria, J., Chen, A., Santis, M., Cnudde, S., Fogerty, J., Yuan, A., Massarotti, A., Sarijalo, N., Vadas, O., Williams, R., Thelen, M., Powell, D., Schueler, M., Wiesener, M., Balla, T., Baris, H., Tiosano, D., Jr., B., Perkins, B., Ghigo, A., Martini, M., Haucke, V., Boura, E., Merlo, G., Buchner, D. and Hirsch, E.(2021). PI(3,4)P2-mediated cytokinetic abscission prevents early senescence and cataract formation. Science 374(6573). DOI: 10.1126/science.abk0410
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