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Cofilin 1

Introduction: Cofilin 1

Description of Cofilin 1

Cofilin 1: Cofilin 1 is a member of the cofilin family of proteins that is expressed in non-muscle CELLS. It has ACTIN depolymerization activity that is dependent on HYDROGEN-ION CONCENTRATION.
Source: MeSH 2007

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