Heterotrimeric G ProteinsEdited by
- Ravi Iyengar
- John Abelson
- Melvin Simon
Biochemists, molecular biologists, neurophysiologists, neurochemists, cell biologists, pharmacologists, and neuroendocrinologists.
Methods in Enzymology
Hardbound, 561 Pages
Published: June 1994
Imprint: Academic Press
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