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Peptide synthesis by a combination of solid phase and solution methods iv minimum racemization coupling of n alpha 9 fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl amino acids to alkoxy benzyl alcohol type resins



Peptide synthesis by a combination of solid phase and solution methods iv minimum racemization coupling of n alpha 9 fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl amino acids to alkoxy benzyl alcohol type resins



Tetrahedron Letters 30(48): 6745-6748




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