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Different in vitro and in vivo targeting properties of the transit peptide of a chloroplast envelope inner membrane protein

Bibliographic reference Silva-Filho, M D ; Wieërs, M C ; Flügge, U I ; Chaumont, François ; Boutry, Marc. Different in vitro and in vivo targeting properties of the transit peptide of a chloroplast envelope inner membrane protein. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 272, no. 24, p. 15264-9 (1997)
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