Pumilio binds para mRNA and requires nanos and brat to regulate sodium current in drosophila motoneurons\ud

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Muraro, Nara I.; Weston, Andrew J.; Gerber, Andre P.; Luschnig, Stefan; Moffat, Kevin G.; Baines, Richard A.;

Homeostatic regulation of ionic currents is of paramount importance during periods of synaptic growth or remodeling. Our previous work has identified the translational repressor Pumilio (Pum) as a regulator of sodium current (INa) and excitability in Drosophila motoneur... View more
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