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Studies of transfer rna structure by energy transfer method using fluorescent probes covalently attached to specific sites of transfer rna



Studies of transfer rna structure by energy transfer method using fluorescent probes covalently attached to specific sites of transfer rna



Studia Biophysica (67): 73-74




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