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Associations between intermediate filament protein and intermediate filament associated protein, and between intermediate filament associated protein and membrane protein, in wool



Associations between intermediate filament protein and intermediate filament associated protein, and between intermediate filament associated protein and membrane protein, in wool



Biochemical Society Transactions 21 (3): 279s-279s




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Accession: 015093409

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PMID: 8224429

DOI: 10.1042/bst021279s



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