Topographical geometric factors governing the biological activities of methomyl derivatives on binding receptors of maize mitochondria. I. Biological activities

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The topographical study of the binding receptors of T and N mitochondria was undertaken with methomyl derivatives acting as molecular probes. The two biological activities related to topography and geometric isomerism are distinguishable from the receptor sites of T and N mitochondria. © 1986.

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Aranda, G., & Gauvrit, C. (1986). Topographical geometric factors governing the biological activities of methomyl derivatives on binding receptors of maize mitochondria. I. Biological activities. Bioorganic Chemistry, 14(2), 194–201. https://doi.org/10.1016/0045-2068(86)90030-1

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