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Pdr5-mediated multidrug resistance requires the CPY-vacuolar sorting protein Vps3: are xenobiotic compounds routed from the vacuole to plasma membrane transporters for efflux?

Bibliographic reference Rutledge, Robert M ; Ghislain, Michel ; Mullins, J Michael ; de Thozée, Cedric Pety ; Golin, John. Pdr5-mediated multidrug resistance requires the CPY-vacuolar sorting protein Vps3: are xenobiotic compounds routed from the vacuole to plasma membrane transporters for efflux?. In: Molecular genetics and genomics : MGG, Vol. 279, no. 6, p. 573-83 (2008)
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