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Detergent-labile, supramolecular assemblies of KcsA: Relative abundance and interactions involved. A. Marcela Giudici, M. Luisa Molina, Jose L. Ayala, Estefanía Montoya, M. Lourdes Renart, Asia M. Fernández, José A. Encinar, Antonio V. Ferrer-Montiel, José A. Poveda, José M. González-Ros. 2013. BBA - Biomembranes 1828(2), 193-200.


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