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Synthesis of a photoaffinity labeling analogue of the inactivating peptide of the Shaker B potassium channel. Fernández, A.M., Molina, A., Encinar, J.A., Gavilanes, F., López-Barneo, J. and González-Ros, J.M. 1996. FEBS lett. 389: 81-86.


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