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Co-expression of diphtheria toxin receptor and DRAP27 in mouse L cells DRAP27 elevates the number of diphtheria toxin receptors on the cell surface but not changes the binding affinity for the toxin



Co-expression of diphtheria toxin receptor and DRAP27 in mouse L cells DRAP27 elevates the number of diphtheria toxin receptors on the cell surface but not changes the binding affinity for the toxin



Freer, J , Aitken, R , Alouf, J E , Boulnois, G FEMS Symposium; Bacterial protein toxins 519-520




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