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Polypropylene glycol is a selective binding inhibitor for LTA and other structurally related TLR2 agonists

Polypropylene glycol is a selective binding inhibitor for LTA and other structurally related TLR2 agonists

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DRAING, Christian, Stephanie TRAUB, Susanne DEININGER, Philippa MANG, Heiko M. MÖLLER, Miguel MANSO, Francois ROSSI, Siegfried MORATH, Thomas HARTUNG, Sonja von AULOCK, 2008. Polypropylene glycol is a selective binding inhibitor for LTA and other structurally related TLR2 agonists. In: European Journal of Immunology. 38(3), pp. 797-808. ISSN 0014-2980. eISSN 1521-4141

@article{Draing2008Polyp-9701, title={Polypropylene glycol is a selective binding inhibitor for LTA and other structurally related TLR2 agonists}, year={2008}, number={3}, volume={38}, issn={0014-2980}, journal={European Journal of Immunology}, pages={797--808}, author={Draing, Christian and Traub, Stephanie and Deininger, Susanne and Mang, Philippa and Möller, Heiko M. and Manso, Miguel and Rossi, Francois and Morath, Siegfried and Hartung, Thomas and Aulock, Sonja von} }

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