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Contribution of Phosphates and Adenine to the Potency of Adenophostins at the IP3 Receptor: Synthesis of All Possible Bisphosphates of Adenophostin A

By Kana M. Sureshan, Andrew M. Riley, Mark P. Thomas, Stephen C. Tovey, Colin W. Taylor and Barry V. L. Potter
Publisher: American Chemical Society
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