Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes.

Zimmermann J, Chidambaram S, Fischer von Mollard G (2010)
Biochemical Journal 431(1): 123-134.

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Zimmermann J, Chidambaram S, Fischer von Mollard G. Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes. Biochemical Journal. 2010;431(1):123-134.
Zimmermann, J., Chidambaram, S., & Fischer von Mollard, G. (2010). Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes. Biochemical Journal, 431(1), 123-134. doi:10.1042/BJ20100693
Zimmermann, J., Chidambaram, S., and Fischer von Mollard, G. (2010). Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes. Biochemical Journal 431, 123-134.
Zimmermann, J., Chidambaram, S., & Fischer von Mollard, G., 2010. Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes. Biochemical Journal, 431(1), p 123-134.
J. Zimmermann, S. Chidambaram, and G. Fischer von Mollard, “Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes.”, Biochemical Journal, vol. 431, 2010, pp. 123-134.
Zimmermann, J., Chidambaram, S., Fischer von Mollard, G.: Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes. Biochemical Journal. 431, 123-134 (2010).
Zimmermann, Jana, Chidambaram, Subbulakshmi, and Fischer von Mollard, Gabriele. “Dissecting Ent3p: The ENTH domain binds different SNAREs via distinct amino acid residues while the C-terminus is sufficient for retrograde transport from endosomes.”. Biochemical Journal 431.1 (2010): 123-134.

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