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    VPS35 Parkinson mutation impairs autophagy via WASH.

    Cell Cycle 2014 25;13(14):2155-6. Epub 2014 Jun 25.
    Department of Medical Genetics; Cambridge Institute for Medical Research; University of Cambridge; Wellcome Trust/MRC Building; Addenbrooke's Hospital; Cambridge UK.
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