Separating Golgi Proteins from Cis to Trans Reveals Underlying Properties of Cisternal Localization. Parsons, H. T., Stevens, T. J., McFarlane, H. E., Vidal-Melgosa, S., Griss, J., Lawrence, N., Butler, R., Sousa, M. M. L., Salemi, M., Willats, W. G. T., Petzold, C. J., Heazlewood, J. L., & Lilley, K. S. Plant Cell, 31(9):2010–2034, 09, 2019.
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@Article{pmid31266899,
   Author="Parsons, H. T.  and Stevens, T. J.  and McFarlane, H. E.  and Vidal-Melgosa, S.  and Griss, J.  and Lawrence, N.  and Butler, R.  and Sousa, M. M. L.  and Salemi, M.  and Willats, W. G. T.  and Petzold, C. J.  and Heazlewood, J. L.  and Lilley, K. S. ",
   Title="{{S}eparating {G}olgi {P}roteins from {C}is to {T}rans {R}eveals {U}nderlying {P}roperties of {C}isternal {L}ocalization}",
   Journal="Plant Cell",
   Year="2019",
   Volume="31",
   Number="9",
   Pages="2010--2034",
   Month="09"
}

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