Conserved motifs in voltage sensing proteins

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WANG Chang-He()
XIE Zhen-Li()
LV Jian-Wei()
YU Zhi-Dan()
SHAO Shu-Li()
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Acta Physiologica Sinica
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Volume 64, Issue 04, 2012
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