PMID: 14214094Jul 1, 1964Paper

THE OCCURRENCE OF ALPHA-AMINO-BETA-PHOSPHONOPROPIONIC ACID IN THE ZOANTHID, ZOANTHUS SOCIATUS, AND THE CILIATE, TETRAHYMENA PYRIFORMIS

Biochemistry
J S Kittredge, R R Hughes

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