Pumps, Transporters, and Ion Channels (Series of the Centro by Francisco Sepulveda, Francisco Bezanilla

By Francisco Sepulveda, Francisco Bezanilla

Moment writer, Francisco Benzanilla, is with the Univ. of California, l. a.. offers the court cases of a symposium on Pumps, Transporters, and Ion Channels: stories on Their constitution, functionality, and telephone Biology, held in Valdivia, Chile in December, 2001.

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