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Naphthoquinone Derivatives Exert Their Antitrypanosomal Activity via a Multi-Target Mechanism.

Bibliographic reference Pieretti, Simone ; Haanstra, Jurgen R ; Mazet, Muriel ; Perozzo, Remo ; Bergamini, Christian ; et. al. Naphthoquinone Derivatives Exert Their Antitrypanosomal Activity via a Multi-Target Mechanism.. In: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, Vol. 7, no.1, p. e2012 (2013)
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