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Preparation of iodine 125 catalytic subunit of aspartate trans carbamylase and its use in studies of the regulatory subunit



Preparation of iodine 125 catalytic subunit of aspartate trans carbamylase and its use in studies of the regulatory subunit



Journal of Biological Chemistry 248(11): 3762-3768




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