Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B

Schaschke N, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Lassleben T, Sommerhoff CP, Moroder L, Machleidt W (2000)
FEBS LETTERS 482(1-2): 91-96.

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Schaschke N, Assfalg-Machleidt I, Lassleben T, Sommerhoff CP, Moroder L, Machleidt W. Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B. FEBS LETTERS. 2000;482(1-2):91-96.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Lassleben, T., Sommerhoff, C. P., Moroder, L., & Machleidt, W. (2000). Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B. FEBS LETTERS, 482(1-2), 91-96.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Lassleben, T., Sommerhoff, C. P., Moroder, L., and Machleidt, W. (2000). Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B. FEBS LETTERS 482, 91-96.
Schaschke, N., et al., 2000. Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B. FEBS LETTERS, 482(1-2), p 91-96.
N. Schaschke, et al., “Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B”, FEBS LETTERS, vol. 482, 2000, pp. 91-96.
Schaschke, N., Assfalg-Machleidt, I., Lassleben, T., Sommerhoff, C.P., Moroder, L., Machleidt, W.: Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B. FEBS LETTERS. 482, 91-96 (2000).
Schaschke, Norbert, Assfalg-Machleidt, I, Lassleben, T, Sommerhoff, CP, Moroder, L, and Machleidt, W. “Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B”. FEBS LETTERS 482.1-2 (2000): 91-96.
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