Pitfalls in invertebrate proteasome assays

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GÖTZE, Sandra, Aneesh BOSE, Doris ABELE, Inna M. SOKOLOVA, Reinhard SABOROWSKI, 2013. Pitfalls in invertebrate proteasome assays. In: The Journal of Experimental Biology. Company of Biologists. 216(8), pp. 1351-1354. ISSN 0022-0949. eISSN 1477-9145. Available under: doi: 10.1242/jeb.082792

@article{Gotze2013-04-15Pitfa-50116, title={Pitfalls in invertebrate proteasome assays}, year={2013}, doi={10.1242/jeb.082792}, number={8}, volume={216}, issn={0022-0949}, journal={The Journal of Experimental Biology}, pages={1351--1354}, author={Götze, Sandra and Bose, Aneesh and Abele, Doris and Sokolova, Inna M. and Saborowski, Reinhard} }

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