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Default NMR-Based Molecular view of the Biology and Biophysics of WIP, An Intrinsically Disordered Protein

NMR-Based Molecular view of the Biology and Biophysics of WIP, An Intrinsically Disordered Protein

Publication date: 16 February 2016
Source:Biophysical Journal, Volume 110, Issue 3, Supplement 1

Author(s): Eva Rozentur-Shkop, Hadassa Shaked, Jordan Chill









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