PMID: 10610565Dec 28, 1999Paper

Molecular rotary motors

Science
R H Fillingame

Abstract

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Citations

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Jan 4, 2013·Langmuir : the ACS Journal of Surfaces and Colloids·Fei QuHong Qun Luo
Nov 25, 2003·FEBS Letters·R H FillingameO Y Dmitriev
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