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Structural and functional modulation of ion channels by specific lipids: from model systems to cell membranes. A. M. Fernández, J. A. Poveda, J. A. Encinar, A. Morales and J. M. González-Ros (2006). Protein lipid-interactions: New approaches and emerging concepts. CR Mateo, Gomez J., Villalain J and Gonzalez-Ros JM Eds. Springer. pp. 203-233. (ISSN:0932-2353).

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