Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands

Nolte H-J, Rosenberry TL, Neumann E (1980)
Biochemistry 19(16): 3705-3711.

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Nolte H-J, Rosenberry TL, Neumann E. Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands. Biochemistry. 1980;19(16):3705-3711.
Nolte, H. - J., Rosenberry, T. L., & Neumann, E. (1980). Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands. Biochemistry, 19(16), 3705-3711. doi:10.1021/bi00557a011
Nolte, H. - J., Rosenberry, T. L., and Neumann, E. (1980). Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands. Biochemistry 19, 3705-3711.
Nolte, H.-J., Rosenberry, T.L., & Neumann, E., 1980. Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands. Biochemistry, 19(16), p 3705-3711.
H.-J. Nolte, T.L. Rosenberry, and E. Neumann, “Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands”, Biochemistry, vol. 19, 1980, pp. 3705-3711.
Nolte, H.-J., Rosenberry, T.L., Neumann, E.: Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands. Biochemistry. 19, 3705-3711 (1980).
Nolte, Hans-Jürgen, Rosenberry, Terrone L., and Neumann, Eberhard. “Effective charge on acetylcholinesterase active sites determined from the ionic strength dependence of association rate constants with cationic ligands”. Biochemistry 19.16 (1980): 3705-3711.
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