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Side Chain Conformations of Somatostatin Analogs when Bound to Receptors
Conformationally based design has resulted in greatly simplified constrained analogs of somatostatin which show a high degree of metabolic stability and improved duration of action.
KeywordsUpfield Shift Lysine Side Chain Side Chain Conformation Cyclic Hexapeptide Pept Protein
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