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Default Langerin–HeparinInteraction: Two Binding Sitesfor Small and Large Ligands As Revealed by a Combination of NMR Spectroscopyand Cross-Linking Mapping Experiments

Langerin–HeparinInteraction: Two Binding Sitesfor Small and Large Ligands As Revealed by a Combination of NMR Spectroscopyand Cross-Linking Mapping Experiments

Juan C. Mun?oz-Garci?a, Eric Chabrol, Romain R. Vive?s, Aline Thomas, Jose? L. de Paz, Javier Rojo, Anne Imberty, Franck Fieschi, Pedro M. Nieto and Jesu?s Angulo



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja511529x




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