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HOW DO INTRACELLULAR PROTEOLYTIC SYSTEMS CHANGE WITH AGE?

Ana Maria Cuervo and J. Fred Dice

Department of Physiology Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, USA

Received 12/5/97 Accepted 12/9/97

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