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A topological refactoring design strategy yields highly stable granulopoietic proteins

A topological refactoring design strategy yields highly stable granulopoietic proteins

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SKOKOWA, Julia, Birte HERNANDEZ ALVAREZ, Murray COLES, Malte RITTER, Masoud NASRI, Jérémy HAAF, Narges AGHAALLAEI, Yun XU, Perihan MIR, Ann-Christin KRAHL, Patrick MÜLLER, 2022. A topological refactoring design strategy yields highly stable granulopoietic proteins. In: Nature communications. Nature Publishing Group. 13(1), 2948. eISSN 2041-1723. Available under: doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-30157-2

@article{Skokowa2022-05-26topol-57761, title={A topological refactoring design strategy yields highly stable granulopoietic proteins}, year={2022}, doi={10.1038/s41467-022-30157-2}, number={1}, volume={13}, journal={Nature communications}, author={Skokowa, Julia and Hernandez Alvarez, Birte and Coles, Murray and Ritter, Malte and Nasri, Masoud and Haaf, Jérémy and Aghaallaei, Narges and Xu, Yun and Mir, Perihan and Krahl, Ann-Christin and Müller, Patrick}, note={Article Number: 2948} }

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