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The molecular mechanism of Nystatin action is dependent on the membrane biophysical properties and lipid composition.

Bibliographic reference Dos Santos, Andreia ; Marquês, Joaquim T ; Carreira, Ana Cláudia ; Castro, I R ; Viana, Ana S ; et. al. The molecular mechanism of Nystatin action is dependent on the membrane biophysical properties and lipid composition.. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 19, p. 30078-30088 (2017)
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