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Leishmania donovani phosphofructokinase - Gene characterization, biochemical properties and structure-modelling studies

Bibliographic reference López, Claudia ; Chevalier, Nadine ; Hannaert, Véronique ; Rigden, DJ ; Michels, PAM. ; et. al. Leishmania donovani phosphofructokinase - Gene characterization, biochemical properties and structure-modelling studies. In: European Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 269, no. 16, p. 3978-3989 (2002)
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