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Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila

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Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila. / Leick, Vagn.

I: Journal of Cell Science, Nr. Vol. 103(2) 1992, 1992, s. 565-570.

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Leick, V 1992, 'Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila', Journal of Cell Science, nr. Vol. 103(2) 1992, s. 565-570.

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Leick, V. (1992). Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila. Journal of Cell Science, (Vol. 103(2) 1992), 565-570.

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Leick V. Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila. Journal of Cell Science. 1992;(Vol. 103(2) 1992):565-570.

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Leick, Vagn. / Chemotachic properties, cellular binding and uptake of peptides and peptide derivates: Studies with Tetrahemena thermophila. I: Journal of Cell Science. 1992 ; Nr. Vol. 103(2) 1992. s. 565-570.

Bibtex

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language = "English",
pages = "565--570",
journal = "Journal of Cell Science",
issn = "0021-9533",
publisher = "The/Company of Biologists Ltd.",
number = "Vol. 103(2) 1992",

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RIS

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