DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY

BRINKMANN T, Tschesche H (1990)
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER 371: 43-52.

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BRINKMANN T, Tschesche H. DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER. 1990;371:43-52.
BRINKMANN, T., & Tschesche, H. (1990). DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER, 371, 43-52.
BRINKMANN, T., and Tschesche, H. (1990). DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER 371, 43-52.
BRINKMANN, T., & Tschesche, H., 1990. DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER, 371, p 43-52.
T. BRINKMANN and H. Tschesche, “DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY”, BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER, vol. 371, 1990, pp. 43-52.
BRINKMANN, T., Tschesche, H.: DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER. 371, 43-52 (1990).
BRINKMANN, T, and Tschesche, Harald. “DESIGN OF AN APROTININ VARIANT WITH INHIBITORY ACTIVITY AGAINST CHYMOTRYPSIN AND CATHEPSIN-G BY RECOMBINANT-DNA TECHNOLOGY”. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY HOPPE-SEYLER 371 (1990): 43-52.
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Enzymatic semisynthesis of aprotinin homologues mutated in P' positions.
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