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Solanaceae XIPs are plasma membrane aquaporins that facilitate the transport of many uncharged substrates

Bibliographic reference Bienert, Gerd Patrick ; Bienert, Manuela Désirée ; Jahn, Thomas Paul ; Boutry, Marc ; Chaumont, François. Solanaceae XIPs are plasma membrane aquaporins that facilitate the transport of many uncharged substrates. In: The Plant Journal, Vol. 66, no. 2, p. 306-17 (2011)
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