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Thomas Force, Kathleen Woulfe, Walter J. Koch, and Risto Kerkelä
Sci. STKE 31 July 2007: pe41.
Downstream components interact to allow crosstalk between classical and atypical seven-transmembrane domain receptors. Abstract »   Full Text »   PDF »  


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