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Elife. September 25, 2017; 6

Asymmetry of movements in CFTR''s two ATP sites during pore opening serves their distinct functions.

Sorum B , Töröcsik B , Csanády L .


PubMed ID: 28944753
PMC ID: PMC5626490
Article link: Elife.

Genes referenced: cftr

Aleksandrov, 2002, Pubmed[+]

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