The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps

Sandmann M, Skłodowski K, Gajdanowicz P, Michard E, Rocha M, Gomez-Porras J, González W, Corrêa LGG, Ramírez-Aguilar SJ, Cuin TA, van Dongen JT, et al. (2011)
Plant Signaling & Behavior 6(4): 558-562.

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Sandmann M, Skłodowski K, Gajdanowicz P, et al. The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 2011;6(4):558-562.
Sandmann, M., Skłodowski, K., Gajdanowicz, P., Michard, E., Rocha, M., Gomez-Porras, J., González, W., et al. (2011). The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 6(4), 558-562.
Sandmann, M., Skłodowski, K., Gajdanowicz, P., Michard, E., Rocha, M., Gomez-Porras, J., González, W., Corrêa, L. G. G., Ramírez-Aguilar, S. J., Cuin, T. A., et al. (2011). The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps. Plant Signaling & Behavior 6, 558-562.
Sandmann, M., et al., 2011. The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 6(4), p 558-562.
M. Sandmann, et al., “The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps”, Plant Signaling & Behavior, vol. 6, 2011, pp. 558-562.
Sandmann, M., Skłodowski, K., Gajdanowicz, P., Michard, E., Rocha, M., Gomez-Porras, J., González, W., Corrêa, L.G.G., Ramírez-Aguilar, S.J., Cuin, T.A., van Dongen, J.T., Thibaud, J.-B., Dreyer, I.: The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 6, 558-562 (2011).
Sandmann, Michael, Skłodowski, Kamil, Gajdanowicz, Pawel, Michard, Erwan, Rocha, Marcio, Gomez-Porras, Judith, González, Wendy, Corrêa, Luiz Gustavo Guedes, Ramírez-Aguilar, Santiago J., Cuin, Tracey Ann, van Dongen, Joost T., Thibaud, Jean-Baptiste, and Dreyer, Ingo. “The K+ battery-regulating Arabidopsis K+ channel AKT2 is under the control of multiple post-translational steps”. Plant Signaling & Behavior 6.4 (2011): 558-562.
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