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Secretion systems and membrane-associated structures in rust fungi after high pressure freezing and freeze-fracturing

Secretion systems and membrane-associated structures in rust fungi after high pressure freezing and freeze-fracturing

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KNAUF, Gertrude M., Kurt MENDGEN, 1988. Secretion systems and membrane-associated structures in rust fungi after high pressure freezing and freeze-fracturing. In: Biology of the Cell. 64(3), pp. 363-370. eISSN 0248-4900. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0248-4900(88)90010-X

@article{Knauf1988Secre-8564, title={Secretion systems and membrane-associated structures in rust fungi after high pressure freezing and freeze-fracturing}, year={1988}, doi={10.1016/0248-4900(88)90010-X}, number={3}, volume={64}, journal={Biology of the Cell}, pages={363--370}, author={Knauf, Gertrude M. and Mendgen, Kurt} }

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