In the News
April 28, 2017
- R. Sahoo, et al. A distinctive histidine residue is essential for in vivo glycation-inactivation of human CD59 transgenically expressed in mice erythrocytes: Implications for human diabetes complications. American Journal of Hematology (2017) Aug: epub ahead of print.
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