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Synthetic siderophores as biological probes

, : Synthetic siderophores as biological probes. Biology of Metals 2(3): 129-134

Synthetic molecules that mimic the properties of the natural siderophores can serve as probes to (i) establish the essential structural requirements for biological action, (ii) trace alternative reaction pathways and (iii) compare receptors of different biological origins.

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Accession: 001962709

DOI: 10.1007/bf01142550

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