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Crystallization of cytoplasmic actin in complex with dnase i and the interaction of dnase i with polymeric actin


, : Crystallization of cytoplasmic actin in complex with dnase i and the interaction of dnase i with polymeric actin. Journal of Muscle Research & Cell Motility 6(1): 77-78


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