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Direct Monitoring of Nucleotide Turnover in Human Cell Extracts and Cells by Fluorogenic ATP Analogs

Direct Monitoring of Nucleotide Turnover in Human Cell Extracts and Cells by Fluorogenic ATP Analogs

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HACKER, Stephan M., Annette BUNTZ, Andreas ZUMBUSCH, Andreas MARX, 2015. Direct Monitoring of Nucleotide Turnover in Human Cell Extracts and Cells by Fluorogenic ATP Analogs. In: ACS Chemical Biology. 10(11), pp. 2544-2552. ISSN 1554-8929. eISSN 1554-8937

@article{Hacker2015-08Direc-32625, title={Direct Monitoring of Nucleotide Turnover in Human Cell Extracts and Cells by Fluorogenic ATP Analogs}, year={2015}, doi={10.1021/acschembio.5b00459}, number={11}, volume={10}, issn={1554-8929}, journal={ACS Chemical Biology}, pages={2544--2552}, author={Hacker, Stephan M. and Buntz, Annette and Zumbusch, Andreas and Marx, Andreas} }

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