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好酸性従属栄養細菌のglycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenaseの精製及び2,3の性質(酵素-糖質関連酵素-)

@inproceedings{1988glycerol3phosphateD,
  title={好酸性従属栄養細菌のglycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenaseの精製及び2,3の性質(酵素-糖質関連酵素-)},
  author={八田 貴 and 稲垣 賢二 and 杉尾 剛 and 田野 達男 and 岸本 憲明},
  year={1988}
}
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