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Identification of novel functional mini-receptors by combinatorial screening of split-WW domains

Identification of novel functional mini-receptors by combinatorial screening of split-WW domains

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NEITZ, Hermann, Niels Benjamin PAUL, Florian R. HÄGE, Christina LINDNER, Roman GRAEBNER, Michael KOVERMANN, Franziska THOMAS, 2022. Identification of novel functional mini-receptors by combinatorial screening of split-WW domains. In: Chemical Science. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). 13(31), pp. 9079-9090. ISSN 2041-6520. eISSN 2041-6539. Available under: doi: 10.1039/d2sc01078j

@article{Neitz2022-08-10Ident-58235, title={Identification of novel functional mini-receptors by combinatorial screening of split-WW domains}, year={2022}, doi={10.1039/d2sc01078j}, number={31}, volume={13}, issn={2041-6520}, journal={Chemical Science}, pages={9079--9090}, author={Neitz, Hermann and Paul, Niels Benjamin and Häge, Florian R. and Lindner, Christina and Graebner, Roman and Kovermann, Michael and Thomas, Franziska} }

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