COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16

ZABOROSCH C, Schneider K, SCHLEGEL HG, KRATZIN H (1989)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 181(1): 175-180.

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ZABOROSCH C, Schneider K, SCHLEGEL HG, KRATZIN H. COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 1989;181(1):175-180.
ZABOROSCH, C., Schneider, K., SCHLEGEL, H. G., & KRATZIN, H. (1989). COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 181(1), 175-180.
ZABOROSCH, C., Schneider, K., SCHLEGEL, H. G., and KRATZIN, H. (1989). COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 181, 175-180.
ZABOROSCH, C., et al., 1989. COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 181(1), p 175-180.
C. ZABOROSCH, et al., “COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, vol. 181, 1989, pp. 175-180.
ZABOROSCH, C., Schneider, K., SCHLEGEL, H.G., KRATZIN, H.: COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 181, 175-180 (1989).
ZABOROSCH, C, Schneider, Klaus, SCHLEGEL, HG, and KRATZIN, H. “COMPARISON OF THE NH2-TERMINAL AMINO-ACID SEQUENCES OF THE 4 NON-IDENTICAL SUBUNITS OF THE NAD-LINKED HYDROGENASES FROM NOCARDIA-OPACA 1B AND ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 181.1 (1989): 175-180.
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