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Phosphorylation of alpha-crystallin in rat lenses is stimulated by H2O2 but phosphorylation has no effect on chaperone activity.

Phosphorylation of alpha-crystallin in rat lenses is stimulated by H2O2 but phosphorylation has no effect on chaperone activity. Exp Eye Res. 1995 Jul; 61(1):115-24.

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