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Recent Advances Toward Robust N-Protecting Groups for Glucosamine as Required for Glycosylation Strategies

Recent Advances Toward Robust N-Protecting Groups for Glucosamine as Required for Glycosylation Strategies

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ALY, Mohamed Ramadan El Sayed, El Sayed H. EL ASHRY, 2016. Recent Advances Toward Robust N-Protecting Groups for Glucosamine as Required for Glycosylation Strategies. In: Advances in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry. 73, pp. 117-224. ISSN 0065-2318. eISSN 2162-5530. Available under: doi: 10.1016/bs.accb.2016.08.001

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