Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin

Gil-Parrado S, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Fiorino F, Deluca D, Pfeiler D, Schaschke N, Moroder L, Machleidt W (2003)
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 384(3): 395-402.

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Gil-Parrado S, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Fiorino F, et al. Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 2003;384(3):395-402.
Gil-Parrado, S., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Fiorino, F., Deluca, D., Pfeiler, D., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., et al. (2003). Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 384(3), 395-402.
Gil-Parrado, S., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Fiorino, F., Deluca, D., Pfeiler, D., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., and Machleidt, W. (2003). Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 384, 395-402.
Gil-Parrado, S., et al., 2003. Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 384(3), p 395-402.
S. Gil-Parrado, et al., “Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin”, BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, vol. 384, 2003, pp. 395-402.
Gil-Parrado, S., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Fiorino, F., Deluca, D., Pfeiler, D., Schaschke, N., Moroder, L., Machleidt, W.: Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 384, 395-402 (2003).
Gil-Parrado, S, Assfalg-Machleidt, I, Fiorino, F, Deluca, D, Pfeiler, D, Schaschke, Norbert, Moroder, L, and Machleidt, W. “Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin”. BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 384.3 (2003): 395-402.
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