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Characterization of two glycoprotein variants of bovine factor X and demonstration that the factor X zymogen contains two polypeptide chains






Biochemistry 11(26): 4873-4882

Characterization of two glycoprotein variants of bovine factor X and demonstration that the factor X zymogen contains two polypeptide chains



Accession: 015253515

PMID: 4638344

DOI: 10.1021/bi00776a001



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