Planarian cholinesterase: molecular and functional characterization of an evolutionarily ancient enzyme to study organophosphorus pesticide toxicity.
Hagstrom, Danielle; Zhang, Siqi; Ho, Alicia; Tsai, Eileen S; Radic, Zoran; Jahromi, Aryo; Kaj, Kelson J; He, Yingtian; Taylor, Palmer; Collins, Eva-Maria S.
; 92(3): 1161-1176, 2018 Mar.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29167930
Planarian cholinesterase: in vitro characterization of an evolutionarily ancient enzyme to study organophosphorus pesticide toxicity and reactivation.
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