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The structure of the signal-binding domain of the 54 kDa subunit of signal recognition particle and its role in membrane insertion



The structure of the signal-binding domain of the 54 kDa subunit of signal recognition particle and its role in membrane insertion



Biochemical Society Transactions 22(4): 1030-1033




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DOI: 10.1042/bst0221030


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