Navati Mahantesh. Trehalose-Based Glassy Matrices as an Effective Tool to Trap Short-Lived Intermediates in the Nitric Oxide Dioxygenation (NOD) Reaction of Hemoglobin. (2016) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 120 20 4529-4539
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CORDONE L. A Reduction of Protein Specific Motions in Colligated Myoglobin Embedded in a Trehalose Glass. (1998) EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL 0175-7571 1432-1017 27 173-176
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Navati Mahantesh. Trehalose-Based Glassy Matrices as an Effective Tool to Trap Short-Lived Intermediates in the Nitric Oxide Dioxygenation (NOD) Reaction of Hemoglobin. (2016) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 120 20 4529-4539
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