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Purification and some properties of sodium and potassium transport atpase ec 3613 part 3 comparison of lipid and protein components of sodium and potassium atpase preparations at various purification steps from pig brain








Purification and some properties of sodium and potassium transport atpase ec 3613 part 3 comparison of lipid and protein components of sodium and potassium atpase preparations at various purification steps from pig brain



Accession: 027243845



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Kawai, K.; Nakao, M.; Nakao, T.; Fujita, M., 1973: Purification and some properties of Na, K-transport ATPase. 3. Comparison of lipid and protein components on Na, K-ATPase preparations at various purification steps from pig brain. Journal of Biochemistry 73(5): 979-991

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