Библиографические ссылки статьи: “Фосфотидилинозитол-содержащие везикулы необходимы для активации PLC ζ в соответствие с предсказанием математической модели”
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  12. The Role of EF-hand Domains and C2 Domain in Regulation of Enzymatic Activity of Phospholipase Cζ

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