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Proteins and Their Ligands: Their Importance and How to Crystallize Them

By Astrid Hoeppner, Lutz Schmitt and Sander H.J. Smits

Submitted: May 8th 2012Reviewed: October 4th 2012Published: February 20th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53951

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