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Stereoselective alkylation with asymmetric reagents. 2. The active center sulphydryl groups of yeast alcohol dehydrogenase



Stereoselective alkylation with asymmetric reagents. 2. The active center sulphydryl groups of yeast alcohol dehydrogenase



European Journal of Biochemistry 6(1): 29-33




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DOI: 10.1111/j.1432-1033.1968.tb00415.x


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