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Arabinosylation Plays a Crucial Role in Extensin Cross-linking In Vitro

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Biochemistry Insights 2015:Suppl. 2 1-13

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Published on 20 Sep 2015

DOI: 10.4137/BCI.S31353


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1,056 PubMed 165 57 222
SAGE   834 834
  Totals 165 891 1,056
From  September 20, 2015 to September 21, 2017

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HTML   165
PDF 834 57
Totals 834 222

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