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Phenyl Esters Are Potent Inhibitors of Caseinolytic Protease P and Reveal a Stereogenic Switch for Deoligomerization

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Phenyl Esters Are Potent Inhibitors of Caseinolytic Protease P and Reveal a Stereogenic Switch for Deoligomerization

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HACKL, Mathias W., Markus LAKEMEYER, Maria DAHMEN, Manuel GLASER, Axel PAHL, Katrin LORENZ-BAATH, Thomas MENZEL, Sonja SIEVERS, Thomas BÖTTCHER, Iris ANTES, Herbert WALDMANN, Stephan A. SIEBER, 2015. Phenyl Esters Are Potent Inhibitors of Caseinolytic Protease P and Reveal a Stereogenic Switch for Deoligomerization. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society : JACS. 137(26), pp. 8475-8483. ISSN 0002-7863. eISSN 1520-5126. Available under: doi: 10.1021/jacs.5b03084

@article{Hackl2015Pheny-31879, title={Phenyl Esters Are Potent Inhibitors of Caseinolytic Protease P and Reveal a Stereogenic Switch for Deoligomerization}, year={2015}, doi={10.1021/jacs.5b03084}, number={26}, volume={137}, issn={0002-7863}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society : JACS}, pages={8475--8483}, author={Hackl, Mathias W. and Lakemeyer, Markus and Dahmen, Maria and Glaser, Manuel and Pahl, Axel and Lorenz-Baath, Katrin and Menzel, Thomas and Sievers, Sonja and Böttcher, Thomas and Antes, Iris and Waldmann, Herbert and Sieber, Stephan A.} }

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