PMID: 4144164Feb 15, 1973

Comparison of the respiratory chain of Neurospora crassa wild type and the mi-mutants mi-1 and mi-3

European Journal of Biochemistry
G von JagowM Klingenberg


No abstract listed.


Feb 1, 1970·European Journal of Biochemistry·G von Jagow, M Klingenberg
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