Suicide Substrates as Irreversible Inhibitors of Flavoenzymes

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GHISLA, Sandro, Alexandra WENZ, Colin THORPE, 1980. Suicide Substrates as Irreversible Inhibitors of Flavoenzymes. In: BRODBECK, Urs, ed.. Enzyme Inhibitors : proceedings of a meeting held in Basel, on 20 and 21 March 1980. Weinheim:Verl. Chemie, pp. 43-60

@inproceedings{Ghisla1980Suici-7034, title={Suicide Substrates as Irreversible Inhibitors of Flavoenzymes}, year={1980}, address={Weinheim}, publisher={Verl. Chemie}, booktitle={Enzyme Inhibitors : proceedings of a meeting held in Basel, on 20 and 21 March 1980}, pages={43--60}, editor={Brodbeck, Urs}, author={Ghisla, Sandro and Wenz, Alexandra and Thorpe, Colin} }

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