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Fluorescent chemoaffinity labeling. Potential application of a new affinity labeling technique to glucocorticoid receptors



Fluorescent chemoaffinity labeling. Potential application of a new affinity labeling technique to glucocorticoid receptors



Biochemistry 18(22): 4915-4922




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PMID: 508723

DOI: 10.1021/bi00589a020


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