Determinants of Mg2+-dependent activities of recombinant human immunodeficiency virus type 1 integrase
Leh, H. Brodin, P. Bischerour, J. Deprez, E. Tauc, P. Brochon, J. C. LeCam, E. Coulaud, D. Auclair, C. Mouscadet, J. F.
Eric Le cam
Le cam Eric
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