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GRIP1 (human) S847-p PKQRGSLsPVTKPRS 1, 2, 5, 6
GRIP1 iso2 (human) S847-p PKQRGSLsPVTKPRS
GRIP1 (mouse) S846-p PKQRTSLsPVPKPRS 4
GRIP1 iso2 (mouse) S768-p PKQRTSLsPVPKPRS
GRIP1 iso3 (mouse) S767-p PKQRTSLsPVPKPRS



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