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BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo. / Edwards, Robert; Landrum, M.; Smertenko, A.; Hussey, P.J; Steel, P.G.

In: Plant Journal, Vol. 62, No. 3, 05.2010, p. 529-538.

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Edwards, R, Landrum, M., Smertenko, A., Hussey, P.J & Steel, P.G 2010, 'BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo.', Plant Journal, vol. 62, no. 3, pp. 529-538.

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Edwards, R., Landrum, M., Smertenko, A., Hussey, P.J, & Steel, P.G (2010). BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo. Plant Journal, 62(3), 529-538.

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Edwards R, Landrum, M., Smertenko, A., Hussey, P.J, Steel, P.G. BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo. Plant Journal. 2010 May;62(3):529-538.

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Edwards, Robert ; Landrum, M. ; Smertenko, A. ; Hussey, P.J ; Steel, P.G. / BODIPY probes to study peroxisome dynamics in vivo. In: Plant Journal. 2010 ; Vol. 62, No. 3. pp. 529-538.

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