Cell Death Triggered by a Putative Amphipathic Helix of Radish mosaic virus Helicase Protein Is Tightly Correlated With Host Membrane Modification.

@article{Hashimoto2015CellDT,
  title={Cell Death Triggered by a Putative Amphipathic Helix of Radish mosaic virus Helicase Protein Is Tightly Correlated With Host Membrane Modification.},
  author={M. Hashimoto and K. Komatsu and Ryo Iwai and T. Keima and K. Maejima and Takuya Shiraishi and K. Ishikawa and Tetsuya Yoshida and Yugo Kitazawa and Yukari Okano and Y. Yamaji and S. Namba},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2015},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          675-88
        }
}
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