Nicotianamine forms complexes with Zn(II) in vivo

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TRAMPCZYNSKA, Aleksandra, Hendrik KÜPPER, Wolfram MEYER-KLAUCKE, Holger SCHMIDT, Stephan CLEMENS, 2010. Nicotianamine forms complexes with Zn(II) in vivo. In: Metallomics. 2(1), pp. 57-66. ISSN 1756-5901. eISSN 1756-591X

@article{Trampczynska2010Nicot-8784, title={Nicotianamine forms complexes with Zn(II) in vivo}, year={2010}, doi={10.1039/b913299f}, number={1}, volume={2}, issn={1756-5901}, journal={Metallomics}, pages={57--66}, author={Trampczynska, Aleksandra and Küpper, Hendrik and Meyer-Klaucke, Wolfram and Schmidt, Holger and Clemens, Stephan} }

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