PMID: 7027050Oct 22, 1981

A diazaborine derivative inhibits lipopolysaccharide biosynthesis

Nature
G Högenauer, M Woisetschläger

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Citations

Oct 10, 2001·Progress in Lipid Research·R J HeathC O Rock
Jun 29, 2012·Journal of the American Chemical Society·Khalid AlKaabiRoald Hoffmann
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Sep 11, 2001·American Journal of Therapeutics·Michael P Groziak
Oct 1, 2009·Future Medicinal Chemistry·Stephen J BakerYi Xia
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