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Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition

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Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition. / Bollan, K.; Robertson, L. A.; Tang, H.; Connolly, C. N.

2003. Paper presented at British Neuroscience Association 17th National Meeting, Harrogate, United Kingdom.

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Bollan, K, Robertson, LA, Tang, H & Connolly, CN 2003, 'Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition' Paper presented at British Neuroscience Association 17th National Meeting, Harrogate, United Kingdom, 13/04/03 - 16/04/03, .

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Bollan, K., Robertson, L. A., Tang, H., & Connolly, C. N. (2003). Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition. Paper presented at British Neuroscience Association 17th National Meeting, Harrogate, United Kingdom.

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Bollan K, Robertson LA, Tang H, Connolly CN. Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition. 2003. Paper presented at British Neuroscience Association 17th National Meeting, Harrogate, United Kingdom.

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Bollan, K.; Robertson, L. A.; Tang, H.; Connolly, C. N. / Multiple assembly signals in g-aminobutyric acid (type A) receptor subunits combine to drive receptor construction and composition.

2003. Paper presented at British Neuroscience Association 17th National Meeting, Harrogate, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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