LAMB2

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LAMB2

A gene on chromosome 3p21 that encodes laminin beta 2, an extracellular matrix protein most commonly found in the basement membrane of muscles at neuromuscular junctions, renal glomeruli and vascular smooth muscle. LAMB2 is also the retired HUGO symbol for what is now designated LAMC1, see there.
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Oculina difussa.--Squires 1958: 256-257, Lam. 38: Fig.
Oculina valenciennesi.--Duarte Bello 1961: 62.--Roos 1971: 75, Lam. 37.--Smith 1971: 88.--Chassaing et al.
39-40.--Almy y Carrion-Torres 1963: 156-157, Lam. 16: Fig.
Meandrina brasiliensis.--Smith 1971: 89-90, Lam. 36.
Dichocoenia stokesi.--Squires 1958: 257, Lam. 34: Fig.
Mussa angulosa forma lacera.--Fenner 1993b: 1105-1106, Lam. 1: Figs.