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The inactivation by concanavalin A of the ecto-ATPase and ectoacetylcholinesterase of intact skeletal muscles.

The inactivation by concanavalin A of the ecto-ATPase and ectoacetylcholinesterase of intact skeletal muscles. Biochem Cell Biol. 1986 Dec; 64(12):1272-80.

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