Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments

Bernhardt J, Neumann E (1982)
Biophysical Chemistry 15(4): 327-341.

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Bernhardt J, Neumann E. Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments. Biophysical Chemistry. 1982;15(4):327-341.
Bernhardt, J., & Neumann, E. (1982). Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments. Biophysical Chemistry, 15(4), 327-341. doi:10.1016/0301-4622(82)80016-1
Bernhardt, J., and Neumann, E. (1982). Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments. Biophysical Chemistry 15, 327-341.
Bernhardt, J., & Neumann, E., 1982. Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments. Biophysical Chemistry, 15(4), p 327-341.
J. Bernhardt and E. Neumann, “Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments”, Biophysical Chemistry, vol. 15, 1982, pp. 327-341.
Bernhardt, J., Neumann, E.: Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments. Biophysical Chemistry. 15, 327-341 (1982).
Bernhardt, Julius, and Neumann, Eberhard. “Single channel gating events in tracer flux experiments III. Acetylcholine receptor-controlled Li+ efflux from sealed torpedo marmorata membrane fragments”. Biophysical Chemistry 15.4 (1982): 327-341.
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Different channel properties of Torpedo acetylcholine receptor monomers and dimers reconstituted in planar membranes.
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