Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions

Schaschke N, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Machleidt W (2008)
CHEMBIOCHEM 9(11): 1721-1724.

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Schaschke N, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Machleidt W. Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions. CHEMBIOCHEM. 2008;9(11):1721-1724.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., & Machleidt, W. (2008). Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions. CHEMBIOCHEM, 9(11), 1721-1724.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., and Machleidt, W. (2008). Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions. CHEMBIOCHEM 9, 1721-1724.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., & Machleidt, W., 2008. Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions. CHEMBIOCHEM, 9(11), p 1721-1724.
N. Schaschke, I. Assfalg-Machleidt, and W. Machleidt, “Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions”, CHEMBIOCHEM, vol. 9, 2008, pp. 1721-1724.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Machleidt, W.: Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions. CHEMBIOCHEM. 9, 1721-1724 (2008).
Schaschke, Norbert, Assfalg-Machleidt, Irmgard, and Machleidt, Werner. “Inhibition of cathepsin L by epoxysuccinyl peptides simultaneously addressing active-site and remote-site regions”. CHEMBIOCHEM 9.11 (2008): 1721-1724.
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