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Neuronal Signal Transduction: Will Controlling Phosphorylation Cure Disease?

Nature Biotechnology volume 11, pages 12371241 (1993) | Download Citation

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Are small-molecule, ligand-independent drugs for receptor-mediated diseases on the horizon?

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