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Volume 21, 12 Issues, 2014


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Antiangiogenic Function of Antithrombin is Dependent on its Conformational Variation: Implication for Other Serpins


Asim Azhar, Poonam Singh, Qudsia Rashid, Asma Naseem, Mohammad Sazzad Khan and Mohamad Aman Jairajpuri


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Studies on the Essential Intramolecular Interaction Between the A1 and A2 Domains of von Willebrand Factor


Zoi Karoulia, George Papadopoulos, Michail Nomikos, Angelos Thanassoulas, Theodora Choli Papadopoulou, George Nounessis, Maria Kontou, Constantinos Stathopoulos and Demetres D. Leonidas


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Cloning and Purification of IpaC Antigen from Shigella flexneri: Proposal of a New Methodology


Cristiane Mobilon, Marcelo Augusto Szymanski de Toledo, Fernanda Laroza Paganelli, Clelton Aparecido dos Santos, Fernanda de Pace, Jacqueline Boldrin de Paiva, Eliana Guedes Stehling, Gerson Nakazato, Aline G. Balieiro, Flávia P.S. Airoldi, Francisco de A. M. Reis and Wanderley Dias da Silveira


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Chemistry and Biology of Glycopeptides with Antibiotic Activity


Huilong Tan, Shuailiang Wang, Qidi Kong, L i Wenzheng and Wenbin Zeng


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A Novel Strategy for Preparing Glycopeptide Molecular Probe Using Fluorous Technology


Zhiguo Liu, G u Xiangying, Y u Lun, Guohua Chen, Yue-Lei Chen, Shuai Zhang, Jingkang Shen and Wenbin Zeng


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Neoglycopeptide Synthesis by Suzuki-Miyaura Couplings between Glycosyl Aryl Boronic Acids and Iodopeptides


Guohua Chen, G u Xiangying, Lin Chen, Xin Wang, Yue-Lei Chen, Jingkang Shen and Wenbin Zeng


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