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Function/physiological role and potential druggability of bacterial transporter and channel
Strathclyde Institute Of Pharmacy And Biomedical Sciences
Internally funded project
The proposed research plan aims to gain structural, functional and physiological information on the cellular transporter from the SLC26A/SulP and Amt/Rh family..
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