HM1.24/BST-2 is constitutively poly-ubiquitinated at the N-terminal amino acid in the cytoplasmic domain

Keiko Fujimoto, Sanae Nakashima, Shotaro Uchida, Riham N.S. Amen, Yuji Ishii, Yuko Hirota, Yoshitaka Tanaka

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