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From Protein Folding to Blood Coagulation: Menaquinone as a Metabolic Link between Bacteria and Mammals

By Brian M. Meehan and Jonathan Beckwith

Submitted: October 26th 2015Reviewed: March 25th 2016Published: March 22nd 2017

DOI: 10.5772/63342

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