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Study of the rate of interaction of ferri cytochrome c with negatively charged liposomes of natural lecithin effect of the physicochemical state of the membrane hydrophobic layer


, : Study of the rate of interaction of ferri cytochrome c with negatively charged liposomes of natural lecithin effect of the physicochemical state of the membrane hydrophobic layer. Biophysics (English Translation of Biofizika) 20(6): 1052-1057


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