Measurements of Na+-occluded intermediates during the catalytic cycle of the Na+/K+-ATPase provide novel insights into the mechanism of Na+ transport

S.E. Faraj, W.M. Valsecchi, Mariela Ferreira-Gomes, Mercedes Centeno, Elina Malén Saint Saint Martin, Natalya Fedosova, Juan Pablo F.C. Rossi, Monica Montes, Rolando C. Rossi*

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