The PHD finger of the chromatin-associated protein ING2 functions as a nuclear phosphoinositide receptor

Or Gozani, Philip Karuman, David R. Jones, Dmitri Ivanov, James Cha, Alexey A. Lugovskoy, Cheryl L. Baird, Hong Zhu, Seth J. Field, Stephen L. Lessnick, Jennifer Villasenor, Bharat Mehrotra, Jian Chen, Vikram R. Rao, Joan S. Brugge, Colin G. Ferguson, Bernard Payrastre, David G. Myszka, Lewis C. Cantley, Gerhard WagnerNullin Divecha, Glenn D. Prestwich, Junying Yuan

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