Studies in the Flavin Series. Part XVII.

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GHISLA, Sandro, Peter HEMMERICH, C. JEFCOATE, 1972. Studies in the Flavin Series. Part XVII.. In: Journal of the Chemical Society / Perkin transactions I, pp. 1564-1569

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