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New Binding Mode to TNF-Alpha Revealed by Ubiquitin-Based Artificial Binding Protein

New Binding Mode to TNF-Alpha Revealed by Ubiquitin-Based Artificial Binding Protein

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HOFFMANN, Andreas, Michael KOVERMANN, Hauke LILIE, Markus FIEDLER, Jochen BALBACH, Rainer RUDOLPH, Sven PFEIFER, 2012. New Binding Mode to TNF-Alpha Revealed by Ubiquitin-Based Artificial Binding Protein. In: PLoS one. 7(2), e31298. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0031298

@article{Hoffmann2012Bindi-44449, title={New Binding Mode to TNF-Alpha Revealed by Ubiquitin-Based Artificial Binding Protein}, year={2012}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0031298}, number={2}, volume={7}, journal={PLoS one}, author={Hoffmann, Andreas and Kovermann, Michael and Lilie, Hauke and Fiedler, Markus and Balbach, Jochen and Rudolph, Rainer and Pfeifer, Sven}, note={Article Number: e31298} }

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