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Post-Golgi trafficking of secreted proteins and membrane proteins in… (edition 1997)

by Christopher T L Le (Author)

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Title:Post-Golgi trafficking of secreted proteins and membrane proteins in polarized epithelial cells [Thesis]
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Post-Golgi trafficking of secreted proteins and membrane proteins in polarized epithelial cells [Thesis] by Christopher T L Le

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