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Identification of peptidases in Nicotiana tabacum leaf intercellular fluid.

Bibliographic reference Delannoy, Mélanie ; Alves, Georges ; Vertommen, Didier ; Ma, Julian ; Boutry, Marc ; et. al. Identification of peptidases in Nicotiana tabacum leaf intercellular fluid.. In: Proteomics, Vol. 8, no. 11, p. 2285-98 (2008)
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