Synthesis and Application of Glycopeptide and Glycoprotein Mimetics

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SPECKER, Daniel, Valentin WITTMANN, 2007. Synthesis and Application of Glycopeptide and Glycoprotein Mimetics. In: Topics in Current Chemistry. 267, pp. 65-107. Available under: doi: 10.1007/128_2006_104

@article{Specker2007Synth-9957, title={Synthesis and Application of Glycopeptide and Glycoprotein Mimetics}, year={2007}, doi={10.1007/128_2006_104}, volume={267}, journal={Topics in Current Chemistry}, pages={65--107}, author={Specker, Daniel and Wittmann, Valentin} }

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