Reversible and noncompetitive inhibition of beta-tryptase by protein surface binding of tetravalent peptide ligands identified from a combinatorial split-mix library

Angewandte Chemie
Peter R Wich, Carsten Schmuck

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Citations

Jan 17, 2012·Journal of the American Chemical Society·Junchen WuCarsten Schmuck
Apr 30, 2014·Chemical Communications : Chem Comm·Qi WangCarsten Schmuck
Nov 20, 2014·Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry·Anna BarnardAndrew J Wilson
Apr 14, 2016·Chemical Communications : Chem Comm·Debabrata MaityCarsten Schmuck
Jun 7, 2019·Chembiochem : a European Journal of Chemical Biology·Lina BartschCarsten Schmuck
Sep 19, 2015·Chemistry : a European Journal·Yael NissinkornDavid Margulies
Aug 19, 2016·Chemistry : a European Journal·Debabrata Maity, Carsten Schmuck
Nov 8, 2017·Macromolecular Rapid Communications·Niels Ten BrummelhuisHans G Börner
Aug 24, 2019·Chemistry : a European Journal·Debabrata MaityCarsten Schmuck

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