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Transferrin protein and iron uptake by cultured rat fibroblasts.

Bibliographic reference Octave, Jean-Noël ; Schneider, Yves-Jacques ; Hoffmann, P. ; Trouet, André ; Crichton, Robert. Transferrin protein and iron uptake by cultured rat fibroblasts.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 108, no. 1, p. 127-30 (1979)
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