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Default BCL-2 Family Proteins Effect on Mitochondrial-Mimicking Membrane Structure by Solid State NMR

BCL-2 Family Proteins Effect on Mitochondrial-Mimicking Membrane Structure by Solid State NMR

Publication date: 27 January 2015
Source:Biophysical Journal, Volume 108, Issue 2, Supplement 1

Author(s): Artur P.G. Dingeldein , Martin Lidman , Sarka Pokorna , Martin Hof , Anders Pedersen , Göran Karlsson , Gerhard Gröbner









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