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Differential reactivity of lysine residues of the red blood cell Ca2+ pump involved in the E1-E2 conformational equilibrium.

Differential reactivity of lysine residues of the red blood cell Ca2+ pump involved in the E1-E2 conformational equilibrium. Biochem J. 1991 Oct 01; 279 ( Pt 1):121-7.

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