On the Role of the Immunoproteasome in Protein Homeostasis

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BASLER, Michael, Marcus GROETTRUP, 2021. On the Role of the Immunoproteasome in Protein Homeostasis. In: Cells. MDPI. 10(11), 3216. eISSN 2073-4409. Available under: doi: 10.3390/cells10113216

@article{Basler2021Immun-55762, title={On the Role of the Immunoproteasome in Protein Homeostasis}, year={2021}, doi={10.3390/cells10113216}, number={11}, volume={10}, journal={Cells}, author={Basler, Michael and Groettrup, Marcus}, note={Article Number: 3216} }

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