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Increased functional diversity of plant K+ channels by preferential heteromerization of the shaker-like subunits AKT2 and KAT2.

Bibliographic reference Xicluna, Jérôme ; Lacombe, Benoît ; Dreyer, Ingo ; Alcon, Carine ; Jeanguenin, Linda ; et. al. Increased functional diversity of plant K+ channels by preferential heteromerization of the shaker-like subunits AKT2 and KAT2.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 282, no. 1, p. 486-494 (2007)
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