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Interactions between abrus lectins and Sephadex particles possessing immobilized desialylated fetuin. Model studies of the interaction of lectins with cell surface receptors



Interactions between abrus lectins and Sephadex particles possessing immobilized desialylated fetuin. Model studies of the interaction of lectins with cell surface receptors



European Journal of Biochemistry 88(1): 307-313




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PMID: 78847

DOI: 10.1111/j.1432-1033.1978.tb12451.x


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