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Crystal structure of the outer membrane protein RcsF, a new substrate for the periplasmic protein-disulfide isomerase DsbC.

Bibliographic reference Leverrier, Pauline ; Declercq, Jean-Paul ; Denoncin, Katleen ; Vertommen, Didier ; Hiniker, Annie ; et. al. Crystal structure of the outer membrane protein RcsF, a new substrate for the periplasmic protein-disulfide isomerase DsbC.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 286, no. 19, p. 16734-16742 (2011)
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