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The plant plasma membrane proton pump ATPase: a highly regulated P-type ATPase with multiple physiological roles.

Bibliographic reference Duby, Geoffrey ; Boutry, Marc. The plant plasma membrane proton pump ATPase: a highly regulated P-type ATPase with multiple physiological roles.. In: Pflügers Archiv - European journal of physiology, Vol. 457, no. 3, p. 645-55 (2009)
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