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An Innexin is a member of a class of proteins which is used to create gap junctions in invertebrates.

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  • Description at wustl.edu
  • Phelan P, Bacon J, Davies J, Stebbings L, Todman M, Avery L, Baines R, Barnes T, Ford C, Hekimi S, Lee R, Shaw J, Starich T, Curtin K, Sun Y, Wyman R (1998). "Innexins: a family of invertebrate gap-junction proteins". Trends Genet. 14 (9): 348–9. PMID 9769729.
  • Phelan P, Stebbings L, Baines R, Bacon J, Davies J, Ford C (1998). "Drosophila Shaking-B protein forms gap junctions in paired Xenopus oocytes". Nature. 391 (6663): 181–4. PMID 9428764.
  • Dykes I, Macagno E (2006). "Molecular characterization and embryonic expression of innexins in the leech Hirudo medicinalis". Dev Genes Evol. 216 (4): 185–97. PMID 16440200.




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