The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond

Bentele C, Krüger O, Tödtmann U, Oley M, Ragg H (2006)
In: Gordon Research Conferences.

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Bentele, C.; Krüger, O.; Tödtmann, U.; Oley, M.; Ragg, HermannUniBi
Erscheinungsjahr
2006
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Gordon Research Conferences
Konferenz
Gordon Research Conference "Proprotein Processing, Trafficking and Secretion"
Konferenzort
New London (NH), USA
Konferenzdatum
July 9-14, 2006
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1955145

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Bentele C, Krüger O, Tödtmann U, Oley M, Ragg H. The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond. In: Gordon Research Conferences. 2006.
Bentele, C., Krüger, O., Tödtmann, U., Oley, M., & Ragg, H. (2006). The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond. Gordon Research Conferences
Bentele, C., Krüger, O., Tödtmann, U., Oley, M., and Ragg, H. (2006). “The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond” in Gordon Research Conferences.
Bentele, C., et al., 2006. The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond. In Gordon Research Conferences.
C. Bentele, et al., “The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond”, Gordon Research Conferences, 2006.
Bentele, C., Krüger, O., Tödtmann, U., Oley, M., Ragg, H.: The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond. Gordon Research Conferences. (2006).
Bentele, C., Krüger, O., Tödtmann, U., Oley, M., and Ragg, Hermann. “The role of serpins along the secretory pathway: regulation of prohormone convertases and beyond”. Gordon Research Conferences. 2006.

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