PMID: 26806Apr 26, 1978

Equilibrium binding of calcium to fragmented human red cell membranes and its relation to calcium-mediated effects on cation permeability

The Journal of Membrane Biology
H Porzig, D Stoffel

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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