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Shifting CCR7 towards Its Monomeric Form Augments CCL19 Binding and Uptake

Shifting CCR7 towards Its Monomeric Form Augments CCL19 Binding and Uptake

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GERKEN, Oliver J., Marc ARTINGER, Daniel F. LEGLER, 2022. Shifting CCR7 towards Its Monomeric Form Augments CCL19 Binding and Uptake. In: Cells. MDPI. 11(9), 1444. eISSN 2073-4409. Available under: doi: 10.3390/cells11091444

@article{Gerken2022-05Shift-57506, title={Shifting CCR7 towards Its Monomeric Form Augments CCL19 Binding and Uptake}, year={2022}, doi={10.3390/cells11091444}, number={9}, volume={11}, journal={Cells}, author={Gerken, Oliver J. and Artinger, Marc and Legler, Daniel F.}, note={Article Number: 1444} }

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