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Transferrin Uptake By Cultured Rat Embryo Fibroblasts - the Passage of Transferrin Through Lysosomes As An Important Step for Uncomplete Iron Release

Bibliographic reference Octave, Jean-Noël ; Schneider, Yves-Jacques ; Trouet, André ; Crichton, Robert. Transferrin Uptake By Cultured Rat Embryo Fibroblasts - the Passage of Transferrin Through Lysosomes As An Important Step for Uncomplete Iron Release.Société Belege De Biochimie 126 réunion (Namur, 26/05/1984). In: Archives Internationales de Physiologie et de Biochimie, Vol. 92, no. 3, p. B96-B97 (1984)
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