Chemical synthesis of lipoteichoic acid and derivatives

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PEDERSEN, Christian Marcus, Richard R. SCHMIDT, 2009. Chemical synthesis of lipoteichoic acid and derivatives. In: MORAN, Anthony P., ed. and others. Microbial glycobiology : structures, relevance and applications. Amsterdam:Academic Press Elsevier, pp. 455-476. ISBN 978-0-12-374546-0. Available under: doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-374546-0.00025-0

@incollection{Pedersen2009Chemi-57975, title={Chemical synthesis of lipoteichoic acid and derivatives}, year={2009}, doi={10.1016/B978-0-12-374546-0.00025-0}, isbn={978-0-12-374546-0}, address={Amsterdam}, publisher={Academic Press Elsevier}, booktitle={Microbial glycobiology : structures, relevance and applications}, pages={455--476}, editor={Moran, Anthony P.}, author={Pedersen, Christian Marcus and Schmidt, Richard R.} }

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