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Regulation of plant aquaporin activity

Bibliographic reference Chaumont, François ; Moshelion, Menachem ; Daniels, Mark J. Regulation of plant aquaporin activity. In: Biology of the Cell, Vol. 97, no. 10, p. 749-64 (2005)
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