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Sequence-Specific Peptide Synthesis by an Artificial Small-Molecule Machine

Bibliographic reference Lewandowski, B. ; De Bo, G. ; Ward, J. W. ; Papmeyer, M. ; Kuschel, S. ; et. al. Sequence-Specific Peptide Synthesis by an Artificial Small-Molecule Machine. In: Science, Vol. 339, no. 6116, p. 189-193 (2013)
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