Bromophenols, secondary metabolites from marine organisms, disturb cellular calcium signaling in neuroendocrine cells depending on number and position of bromine


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98. Tagung der DZG 3.-6.10. 2005 in Bayreuth..
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Bickmeyer, U. , Hassenklöver, T. and Assmann, M. (2005): Bromophenols, secondary metabolites from marine organisms, disturb cellular calcium signaling in neuroendocrine cells depending on number and position of bromine , 98. Tagung der DZG 3.-6.10. 2005 in Bayreuth. .


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