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Correlating efficacy and desensitization with GluK2 ligand-binding domain movements

Correlating efficacy and desensitization with GluK2 ligand-binding domain movements


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NAYEEM, Naushaba, Olga MAYANS, Tim GREEN, 2013. Correlating efficacy and desensitization with GluK2 ligand-binding domain movements. In: Open Biology. 3(5), 130051. eISSN 2046-2441

@article{Nayeem2013-05-29Corre-34987, title={Correlating efficacy and desensitization with GluK2 ligand-binding domain movements}, year={2013}, doi={10.1098/rsob.130051}, number={5}, volume={3}, journal={Open Biology}, author={Nayeem, Naushaba and Mayans, Olga and Green, Tim}, note={Article Number: 130051} }

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