PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY

BECKMANN J, MEHLICH A, SCHRODER W, Wenzel H, Tschesche H (1988)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176(3): 675-682.

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BECKMANN J, MEHLICH A, SCHRODER W, Wenzel H, Tschesche H. PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 1988;176(3):675-682.
BECKMANN, J., MEHLICH, A., SCHRODER, W., Wenzel, H., & Tschesche, H. (1988). PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 176(3), 675-682.
BECKMANN, J., MEHLICH, A., SCHRODER, W., Wenzel, H., and Tschesche, H. (1988). PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176, 675-682.
BECKMANN, J., et al., 1988. PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, 176(3), p 675-682.
J. BECKMANN, et al., “PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, vol. 176, 1988, pp. 675-682.
BECKMANN, J., MEHLICH, A., SCHRODER, W., Wenzel, H., Tschesche, H.: PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY. 176, 675-682 (1988).
BECKMANN, J, MEHLICH, A, SCHRODER, W, Wenzel, Herbert, and Tschesche, Harald. “PREPARATION OF CHEMICALLY MUTATED APROTININ HOMOLOGS BY SEMISYNTHESIS - P1 SUBSTITUTIONS CHANGE INHIBITORY SPECIFICITY”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY 176.3 (1988): 675-682.
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