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Importance of uncharged polar residues and proline in the proximal two-thirds (Pro107–Ser128) of the highly conserved region of mouse ileal Na+-dependent bile acid transporter, Slc10a2, in transport activity and cellular expression

Tohru Saeki*, Kosuke Sato, Shiho Ito, Keisuke Ikeda and Ryuhei Kanamoto

BMC Physiology 2013, 13:4  doi:10.1186/1472-6793-13-4

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