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Isolation of an adenosine binding protein which has properties expected of the a 1 adenosine receptor


, : Isolation of an adenosine binding protein which has properties expected of the a 1 adenosine receptor. Jacobson, K A , J W Daly And V Manganiello (Ed ) Purines in Cellular Signaling: Targets For New Drugs; Conference, Rockville, Maryland, Usa, September 17-20, 1989 Xv+448p Springer-Verlag New York, Inc : Secaucus, New Jersey, Usa; Berlin, West Germany Illus 78-81


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