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Release of 11-cis-retinal from cellular retinaldehyde-binding protein by acidic lipids

By John C. Saari, Maria Nawrot, Ronald E. Stenkamp, David C. Teller and Gregory G. Garwin
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Molecular Vision
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