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The Dolichol Pathway of Protein Glycosylation in Rat-liver - Evidence That Gtp Promotes Transformation of Endogenous Dolichyl Phosphate Into Dolichylpyrophosphoryl-n-acetylglucosamine in Stripped Rough Microsomes

Bibliographic reference Godelaine, D. ; Beaufay, Henri. The Dolichol Pathway of Protein Glycosylation in Rat-liver - Evidence That Gtp Promotes Transformation of Endogenous Dolichyl Phosphate Into Dolichylpyrophosphoryl-n-acetylglucosamine in Stripped Rough Microsomes. In: European Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 131, no. 3, p. 667-670 (1983)
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