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Carbamate-Linked Lactose : Design of Clusters and Evidence for Selectivity to Block Binding of Human Lectins to (Neo)Glycoproteins with Increasing Degree of Branching and to Tumor Cells

Carbamate-Linked Lactose : Design of Clusters and Evidence for Selectivity to Block Binding of Human Lectins to (Neo)Glycoproteins with Increasing Degree of Branching and to Tumor Cells

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ANDRÉ, Sabine, Daniel SPECKER, Nicolai V. BOVIN, Martin LENSCH, Herbert KALTNER, Hans-Joachim GABIUS, Valentin WITTMANN, 2009. Carbamate-Linked Lactose : Design of Clusters and Evidence for Selectivity to Block Binding of Human Lectins to (Neo)Glycoproteins with Increasing Degree of Branching and to Tumor Cells. In: Bioconjugate chemistry. 20(9), pp. 1716-1728. ISSN 1043-1802. eISSN 1520-4812

@article{Andre2009Carba-9877, title={Carbamate-Linked Lactose : Design of Clusters and Evidence for Selectivity to Block Binding of Human Lectins to (Neo)Glycoproteins with Increasing Degree of Branching and to Tumor Cells}, year={2009}, doi={10.1021/bc900152w}, number={9}, volume={20}, issn={1043-1802}, journal={Bioconjugate chemistry}, pages={1716--1728}, author={André, Sabine and Specker, Daniel and Bovin, Nicolai V. and Lensch, Martin and Kaltner, Herbert and Gabius, Hans-Joachim and Wittmann, Valentin} }

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