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Long-lived metastable state and hysteresis in the binding of acetylcholine to Torpedo californica acetylcholine receptor



Long-lived metastable state and hysteresis in the binding of acetylcholine to Torpedo californica acetylcholine receptor



Biochemistry 23(20): 4546-4556




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DOI: 10.1021/bi00315a007


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