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Novel fluorochromes label tonoplast in living plant cells and reveal changes in vacuolar organization after treatment with protein phosphatase inhibitors.

Bibliographic reference Nagy, Miklós ; Kéki, Sándor ; Rácz, Dávid ; Mathur, Jaideep ; Vereb, György ; et. al. Novel fluorochromes label tonoplast in living plant cells and reveal changes in vacuolar organization after treatment with protein phosphatase inhibitors.. In: Protoplasma : an international journal of cell biology, (2017)
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