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Schistosoma mansoni Ca2+-ATPase SMA2 restores viability to yeast Ca2+-ATPase-deficient strains and functions in calcineurin-mediated Ca2+ tolerance.

Bibliographic reference Talla, E ; de Mendonça, R L ; Degand, I ; Goffeau, André ; Ghislain, Michel. Schistosoma mansoni Ca2+-ATPase SMA2 restores viability to yeast Ca2+-ATPase-deficient strains and functions in calcineurin-mediated Ca2+ tolerance.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 43, p. 27831-40 (1998)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/12483
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