The family of human Na+,K+‐ATPase genes No less than five genes and/or pseudogenes related to the α‐subunit

@article{Sverdlov1987TheFO,
  title={The family of human Na+,K+‐ATPase genes No less than five genes and/or pseudogenes related to the $\alpha$‐subunit},
  author={Eugene D. Sverdlov and Galina Sergeevna Monastyrskaya and Natalia E. Broude and Yuri A Ushkaryov and Rando Allikmets and A M Melkov and Yu.V. Smirnov and I. V. Malyshev and I.E. Dulobova and K. E. Petrukhin and Alexander V Grishin and N.I. Kijatkin and Maria B Kostina and Vladimir E. Sverdlov and Nikolai N. Modyanov and Yu.A. Ovchnikov},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1987},
  volume={217}
}
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