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Effects of Heat-shock On the Level of Trehalose and Glycogen, and On the Induction of Thermotolerance in Neurospora-crassa

Bibliographic reference Neves, MJ. ; Jorge, JA. ; Francois, JM. ; Terenzi, HF.. Effects of Heat-shock On the Level of Trehalose and Glycogen, and On the Induction of Thermotolerance in Neurospora-crassa. In: FEBS Letters, Vol. 283, no. 1, p. 19-22 (1991)
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