Energy supply and the shape of death in neurons and lymphoid cells


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NICOTERA, Pierluigi, Marcel LEIST, 1997. Energy supply and the shape of death in neurons and lymphoid cells. In: Cell Death and Differentiation. 4(6), pp. 435-442

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