Diatom plastids depend on nucleotide import from the cytosol

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AST, Michelle, Ansgar GRUBER, Stephan SCHMITZ-ESSER, Horst Ekkehard NEUHAUS, Peter G. KROTH, Matthias HORN, Ilka HAFERKAMP, 2009. Diatom plastids depend on nucleotide import from the cytosol. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106(9), pp. 3621-3626

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