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PMS photo-inhibition in Rhodospirillum rubrum membranes in the presence of permeant entities affecting either the deltapsi or the deltapH components of the protonmotive force

, : PMS photo-inhibition in Rhodospirillum rubrum membranes in the presence of permeant entities affecting either the deltapsi or the deltapH components of the protonmotive force. Febs Letters 94(2): 265-268

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Kerber N.L.; Pucheu N.L.; Garcia A.F., 1978: Phenazine methosulfate photo inhibition in rhodospirillum rubrum membranes in the presence of permeant entities affecting either the electric or the chemical components of the proton motive force. Febs Letters 94(2): 265-268

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