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Cyanoacrylate inhibitors of the Hill reaction IV. Binding characteristics of the hydrophobic domain



Cyanoacrylate inhibitors of the Hill reaction IV. Binding characteristics of the hydrophobic domain



Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung Section C, Biosciences 42(6): 679-683



This is the text of a paper given at an international workshop entitled 'Herbicides affecting chloroplast functions', held on 17-20 Aug. 1986, at Lake Placid, New York. Aryl- and aralkyl-amino derivatives of 2-cyanoacrylic esters were synthesized and assayed as inhibitors of the Hill reaction in isolated pea Victory Freezer chloroplast fragments.

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