PMID: 311741Mar 15, 1979

Lymphocyte membrane lectins. Direct visualization by the use of fluoresceinyl-glycosylated cytochemical markers

FEBS Letters
Claudine KiedaM Monsigny

Abstract

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References

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Jan 1, 1978·Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry·I J Goldstein, C E Hayes
Apr 15, 1977·FEBS Letters·Claudine KiedaM Monsigny
Oct 15, 1978·FEBS Letters·Claudine KiedaN Sharon
Jul 1, 1967·Biochemistry·L WofsyD C Parker
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