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FRET imaging in living maize cells reveals that plasma membrane aquaporins interact to regulate their subcellular localization

Bibliographic reference Zelazny, Enric ; Borst, Jan Willem ; Muylaert, Mélanie ; Batoko, Henri ; Hemminga, Marcus A ; et. al. FRET imaging in living maize cells reveals that plasma membrane aquaporins interact to regulate their subcellular localization. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 104, no. 30, p. 12359-64 (2007)
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