D-Cycloserine destruction by alanine racemase and the limit of irreversible inhibition
Authorsde Chiara C
de Carvalho LPS
AffiliationMycobacterial Metabolism and Antibiotic Research Laboratory, The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK.
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CitationDunnett-Kane V, Burkitt-Wright E, Blackhall FH, Malliri A, Evans G, Lindsay CR. Germline and sporadic cancers driven by the RAS pathway: parallels and contrasts. Ann Oncol. 2020.
JournalNature Chemical Biology
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