Kinesin superfamily-associated protein 3 is preferentially expressed in glutamatergic neurons and contributes to the excitatory control of female puberty

Jungil Choi, Man Ha Chang, Jung Choi Eun, Soo Jeong Choon, Woo Park Jeong, Ja Hyun Baik, Jae Yong Park, Maria E. Costa, Sergio R. Ojeda, Ju Lee Byung

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