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Tracking cell surface receptors by fluorescence digital imaging microscopy using a charge-coupled device camera low-density lipoprotein and influenza virus receptor mobility at 4(degree)C



Tracking cell surface receptors by fluorescence digital imaging microscopy using a charge-coupled device camera low-density lipoprotein and influenza virus receptor mobility at 4(degree)C



Journal of Cell Science 101: 5-25




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