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Adenosine inhibits protein synthesis in isolated rat hepatocytes. Evidence for a lack of involvement of intracellular calcium in the mechanism of inhibition.

Bibliographic reference Tinton, S A ; Chow, S C ; Buc Calderon, Pedro ; Kass, G E ; Orrenius, S. Adenosine inhibits protein synthesis in isolated rat hepatocytes. Evidence for a lack of involvement of intracellular calcium in the mechanism of inhibition.. In: European journal of biochemistry / FEBS, Vol. 229, no. 2, p. 419-25 (1995)
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