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Channel-mediated lactic acid transport: a novel function for aquaglyceroporins in bacteria

Bibliographic reference Bienert, Gerd Patrick ; Desguin, Benoît ; Chaumont, François ; Hols, Pascal. Channel-mediated lactic acid transport: a novel function for aquaglyceroporins in bacteria. In: Biochemical Journal, Vol. 454, no. 3, p. 559-570 (2013)
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