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Receptors with very high affinity for extracellular atp activate the inositol phospholipid signalling system in the hl60 human promyelocytic cell line



Receptors with very high affinity for extracellular atp activate the inositol phospholipid signalling system in the hl60 human promyelocytic cell line



Federation Proceedings 46(3): 536




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