Incorporation of Substances into Living Cells
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 106)
A large variety of substances have been incorporated into living cells with the aim to induce and analyze specific interactions of these substances with different constituents of the cytoplasm.
KeywordsSugar Glycerol Albumin Polyethylene Polysaccharide
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