Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft

Stern I, Schaschke N, Moroder L, Turk D (2004)
BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL 381(2): 511-517.

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Stern I, Schaschke N, Moroder L, Turk D. Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL. 2004;381(2):511-517.
Stern, I., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., & Turk, D. (2004). Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL, 381(2), 511-517. doi:10.1042/bj20040237
Stern, I., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., and Turk, D. (2004). Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL 381, 511-517.
Stern, I., et al., 2004. Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL, 381(2), p 511-517.
I. Stern, et al., “Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft”, BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL, vol. 381, 2004, pp. 511-517.
Stern, I., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., Turk, D.: Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL. 381, 511-517 (2004).
Stern, I, Schaschke, Norbert, Moroder, L, and Turk, D. “Crystal structure of NS-134 in complex with bovine cathepsin B: a two-headed epoxysuccinyl inhibitor extends along the entire active-site cleft”. BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL 381.2 (2004): 511-517.
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