The kinesin-related protein MCAK is a microtubule depolymerase that forms an ATP-hydrolyzing complex at microtubule ends

Andrew W. Hunter, Michael Caplow, David L. Coy, William O. Hancock, Stefan Diez, Linda Wordeman, Jonathon Howard

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