The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers

Weber J, Schürholz T, Neumann E (1990)
Toxicon 28(4): 403-409.

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Weber J, Schürholz T, Neumann E. The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers. Toxicon. 1990;28(4):403-409.
Weber, J., Schürholz, T., & Neumann, E. (1990). The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers. Toxicon, 28(4), 403-409.
Weber, J., Schürholz, T., and Neumann, E. (1990). The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers. Toxicon 28, 403-409.
Weber, J., Schürholz, T., & Neumann, E., 1990. The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers. Toxicon, 28(4), p 403-409.
J. Weber, T. Schürholz, and E. Neumann, “The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers”, Toxicon, vol. 28, 1990, pp. 403-409.
Weber, J., Schürholz, T., Neumann, E.: The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers. Toxicon. 28, 403-409 (1990).
Weber, Jürgen, Schürholz, Theo, and Neumann, Eberhard. “The nematocyst extract of Hydra attenuata causes single channel events in lipid bilayers”. Toxicon 28.4 (1990): 403-409.
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