Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution

Deuschl F, Kollmann K, von Figura K, Lübke T (2006)
Febs Letters 580(24): 5747-5752.

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Deuschl F, Kollmann K, von Figura K, Lübke T. Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution. Febs Letters. 2006;580(24):5747-5752.
Deuschl, F., Kollmann, K., von Figura, K., & Lübke, T. (2006). Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution. Febs Letters, 580(24), 5747-5752.
Deuschl, F., Kollmann, K., von Figura, K., and Lübke, T. (2006). Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution. Febs Letters 580, 5747-5752.
Deuschl, F., et al., 2006. Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution. Febs Letters, 580(24), p 5747-5752.
F. Deuschl, et al., “Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution”, Febs Letters, vol. 580, 2006, pp. 5747-5752.
Deuschl, F., Kollmann, K., von Figura, K., Lübke, T.: Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution. Febs Letters. 580, 5747-5752 (2006).
Deuschl, Florian, Kollmann, Katrin, von Figura, Kurt, and Lübke, Torben. “Molecular characterization of the hypothetical 66.3-kDa protein in mouse: lysosomal targeting, glycosylation, processing and tissue distribution”. Febs Letters 580.24 (2006): 5747-5752.
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