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Developing mathematical theories of the physical world: Open Access research on fluid dynamics from Strathclyde

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Receptor-mediated inositol lipid breakdown provokes Ca2+-mobilization and protein phosphorylation in stimulated cells

Kirk, CJ and Palmer, Susan and Bone, EA and Michell, RH (1984) Receptor-mediated inositol lipid breakdown provokes Ca2+-mobilization and protein phosphorylation in stimulated cells. Exposes Annuels de Biochimie Medicale. ISSN 0300-9076

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