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In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited.

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In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited. / Bublitz, Maike; Poulsen, Hanne; Morth, Jens Preben; Nissen, Poul.

I: Current Opinion in Structural Biology, Bind 20, Nr. 4, 2010, s. 431-439.

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Bublitz, M, Poulsen, H, Morth, JP & Nissen, P 2010, 'In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited.', Current Opinion in Structural Biology, bind 20, nr. 4, s. 431-439..

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Bublitz, M., Poulsen, H., Morth, J. P., & Nissen, P. (2010). In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 20(4), 431-439..

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Bublitz M, Poulsen H, Morth JP, Nissen P. 2010. In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 20(4):431-439.

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Bublitz, Maike o.a.. "In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited.". Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 2010, 20(4). 431-439.

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Bublitz M, Poulsen H, Morth JP, Nissen P. In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 2010;20(4):431-439.

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Bublitz, Maike ; Poulsen, Hanne ; Morth, Jens Preben ; Nissen, Poul. / In and out of the cation pumps: P-type ATPase structure revisited. I: Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 2010 ; Bind 20, Nr. 4. s. 431-439.

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