Structure Of Hæemoglobin: A Three-Dimensional Fourier Synthesis of Reduced Human Haemoglobin at 5.5 Å Resolution

@article{Muirhead1963StructureOH,
  title={Structure Of H{\ae}emoglobin: A Three-Dimensional Fourier Synthesis of Reduced Human Haemoglobin at 5.5 Å Resolution},
  author={Hilary Muirhead and Max Ferdinand Perutz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1963},
  volume={199},
  pages={633-638}
}
Structure Of Haeemoglobin: A Three-Dimensional Fourier Synthesis of Reduced Human Haemoglobin at 5.5 A Resolution 

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