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Identification of the Novel Plasminogen Receptor, Plg-RKT

By Lindsey A. Miles, Nicholas M. Andronicos, Emily I. Chen, Nagyung Baik, Hongdong Bai, Caitlin M. Parmer, Shahrzad Lighvani, Samir Nangia, William B. Kiosses, Mark P. Kamps, John R. Yates III and Robert J. Parmer

Submitted: March 25th 2011Reviewed: August 8th 2011Published: February 10th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/31113

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Lindsey A. Miles, Nicholas M. Andronicos, Emily I. Chen, Nagyung Baik, Hongdong Bai, Caitlin M. Parmer, Shahrzad Lighvani, Samir Nangia, William B. Kiosses, Mark P. Kamps, John R. Yates III and Robert J. Parmer (February 10th 2012). Identification of the Novel Plasminogen Receptor, Plg-RKT, Proteomics - Human Diseases and Protein Functions, Tsz-Kwong Man and Ricardo J. Flores, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/31113. Available from:

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