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Partitioning of Liquid-ordered / Liquid-disordered Membrane Microdomains Induced by the Fluidifying Effect of 2-Hydroxylated Fatty Acid Derivatives. Maitane Ibarguren, David J. López, José A. Encinar, José M. González-Ros, Xavier Busquets and Pablo V. Escribá. 2013. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1828 (2013), 2553-2563.

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