Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues

Schaschke N, Sommerhoff CP (2010)
CHEMMEDCHEM 5(3): 367-370.

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Schaschke N, Sommerhoff CP. Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues. CHEMMEDCHEM. 2010;5(3):367-370.
Schaschke, N., & Sommerhoff, C. P. (2010). Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues. CHEMMEDCHEM, 5(3), 367-370. doi:10.1002/cmdc.200900484
Schaschke, N., and Sommerhoff, C. P. (2010). Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues. CHEMMEDCHEM 5, 367-370.
Schaschke, N., & Sommerhoff, C.P., 2010. Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues. CHEMMEDCHEM, 5(3), p 367-370.
N. Schaschke and C.P. Sommerhoff, “Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues”, CHEMMEDCHEM, vol. 5, 2010, pp. 367-370.
Schaschke, N., Sommerhoff, C.P.: Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues. CHEMMEDCHEM. 5, 367-370 (2010).
Schaschke, Norbert, and Sommerhoff, Christian P. “Upgrading a Natural Product: Inhibition of Human beta-Tryptase by Cyclotheonamide Analogues”. CHEMMEDCHEM 5.3 (2010): 367-370.

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