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6. BMC Evolutionary Biology BioMed Central Research article Tic62: a protein family from metabolism to protein translocation

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8. Characterisation of components and mechanisms involved in redox-regulation of protein import into chloroplasts


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9. Tic62: a protein family from metabolism to protein translocation

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10. An Intermediate Membrane Subfraction in Cyanobacteria Is Involved in an Assembly Network for Photosystem II Biogenesis*

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