Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals

Volkmer D, Fricke M, Huber T, Sewald N (2004)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (16): 1872-1873.

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Small acidic peptides comprising a repeating Phe-Asp sequence motif exert control, in vitro, on the morphology of calcite crystals similar to natural proteins from calcified tissues.
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Volkmer D, Fricke M, Huber T, Sewald N. Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2004;(16):1872-1873.
Volkmer, D., Fricke, M., Huber, T., & Sewald, N. (2004). Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(16), 1872-1873.
Volkmer, D., Fricke, M., Huber, T., and Sewald, N. (2004). Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 1872-1873.
Volkmer, D., et al., 2004. Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (16), p 1872-1873.
D. Volkmer, et al., “Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2004, pp. 1872-1873.
Volkmer, D., Fricke, M., Huber, T., Sewald, N.: Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 1872-1873 (2004).
Volkmer, D, Fricke, M, Huber, T, and Sewald, Norbert. “Acidic peptides acting as growth modifiers of calcite crystals”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 16 (2004): 1872-1873.
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