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Occurrence of an HIV-1 gp160 endoproteolytic activity in low-density vesicles and evidence for a distinct density distribution from endogenously expressed furin and PC7/LPC convertases.

Bibliographic reference Wouters, S ; Decroly, E. ; Vandenbranden, M. ; Shober, D ; Fuchs, R. ; et. al. Occurrence of an HIV-1 gp160 endoproteolytic activity in low-density vesicles and evidence for a distinct density distribution from endogenously expressed furin and PC7/LPC convertases.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 456, no. 1, p. 97-102 (1999)
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