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A Structure-Based Approach to Ligand Discovery for 2C-Methyl-d-erythritol-2,4-cyclodiphosphate Synthase: A Target for Antimicrobial Therapy†

By Nicola L. Ramsden, Lori Buetow, Alice Dawson, Lauris A. Kemp, Venkatsubramanian Ulaganathan, Ruth Brenk, Gerhard Klebe and William N. Hunter
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Publisher: American Chemical Society
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