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Structural nonequivalence of the subunits of f actin and its possible importance in the regulation of atpase activity and the development of tension in skeletal muscles


, : Structural nonequivalence of the subunits of f actin and its possible importance in the regulation of atpase activity and the development of tension in skeletal muscles. Biophysics (English Translation of Biofizika) 22(2): 389-402


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