PMID: 4734969Feb 1, 1973Paper

Studies on soybean trypsin inhibitors. 3. Amino-acid sequences of the carboxyl-terminal region and the complete amino-acid sequence of soybean trypsin inhibitor (Kunitz)

European Journal of Biochemistry
T Koide, T Ikenaka

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