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Further studies on the relationship between cell permeability and metabolism; the effect of certain respiratory inhibitors on the permeability of erythrocytes to non-electrolytes



Further studies on the relationship between cell permeability and metabolism; the effect of certain respiratory inhibitors on the permeability of erythrocytes to non-electrolytes



Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology 29(3): 301-312




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