PMID: 4252426Mar 5, 1971

Isolation of skeletal muscle membrane fragments containing active Na+-K+ stimulated ATPase: comparison of normal and dystrophic muscle sarcolemma

Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
P V SulakheN S Dhalla

Abstract

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References

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