The immunoproteasome : a novel drug target for autoimmune diseases

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BASLER, Michael, Sarah MUNDT, Annegret BITZER, Christian SCHMIDT, Marcus GROETTRUP, 2015. The immunoproteasome : a novel drug target for autoimmune diseases. In: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology. 33(4, Suppl. 92), pp. S74-S79. ISSN 1593-098X

@article{Basler2015immun-33213, title={The immunoproteasome : a novel drug target for autoimmune diseases}, year={2015}, number={4, Suppl. 92}, volume={33}, issn={1593-098X}, journal={Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology}, pages={S74--S79}, author={Basler, Michael and Mundt, Sarah and Bitzer, Annegret and Schmidt, Christian and Groettrup, Marcus} }

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