How do P-Type ATPases transport ions?

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APELL, Hans-Jürgen, 2004. How do P-Type ATPases transport ions?. In: Bioelectrochemistry. 63(1-2), pp. 149-156. ISSN 0302-4598. eISSN 1878-562X

@article{Apell2004PType-7863, title={How do P-Type ATPases transport ions?}, year={2004}, number={1-2}, volume={63}, issn={0302-4598}, journal={Bioelectrochemistry}, pages={149--156}, author={Apell, Hans-Jürgen} }

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