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Electrophoretic characterization of leucine, glucosamine- and fucose-labelled proteins rapidly transported in frog sciatic nerve

Journal of Neurochemistry

Dec 1, 1973

A Edström, H Mattsson

PMID: 4358881

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Structure of Sciatic Nerve
SDS-PAGE
Salientia
Synaptic Transmission
Tritium
Rana temporaria
Neoglycoproteins
Ganglia
Irium
Fucose
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Electrophoretic characterization of leucine, glucosamine- and fucose-labelled proteins rapidly transported in frog sciatic nerve

Journal of Neurochemistry

Dec 1, 1973

A Edström, H Mattsson

PMID: 4358881

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Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Structure of Sciatic Nerve
SDS-PAGE
Salientia
Synaptic Transmission
Tritium
Rana temporaria
Neoglycoproteins
Ganglia
Irium
Fucose

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