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Single point mutations distributed in 10 soluble and membrane regions of the Nicotiana plumbaginifolia plasma membrane PMA2 H+-ATPase activate the enzyme and modify the structure of the C-terminal region.

Bibliographic reference Morsomme, Pierre ; Dambly, S ; Maudoux, O ; Boutry, Marc. Single point mutations distributed in 10 soluble and membrane regions of the Nicotiana plumbaginifolia plasma membrane PMA2 H+-ATPase activate the enzyme and modify the structure of the C-terminal region.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 273, no. 52, p. 34837-42 (1998)
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