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Structural requirements of the extracellular to transmembrane domain junction for erythropoietin receptor function

Bibliographic reference Kubatzky, KF ; Liu, W. ; Goldgraben, K ; Simmerling, C ; Smith, SO ; et. al. Structural requirements of the extracellular to transmembrane domain junction for erythropoietin receptor function. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 280, no. 15, p. 14844-14854 (2005)
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