Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B

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Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B. / Jensen, Mette Stougaard.

København : Det Farmaceutiske Fakultet, 2011. 148 s.

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportPh.d.-afhandlingForskning

Harvard

Jensen, MS 2011, Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B. Det Farmaceutiske Fakultet, København.

APA

Jensen, M. S. (2011). Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B. København: Det Farmaceutiske Fakultet.

Vancouver

Jensen MS. Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B. København: Det Farmaceutiske Fakultet, 2011. 148 s.

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Jensen, Mette Stougaard. / Semisynthetic strategies to generate the agonist-binding domain of an ionotropic glutamate receptor and histone H2B. København : Det Farmaceutiske Fakultet, 2011. 148 s.

Bibtex

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