Strukturbasiertes Wirkstoffdesign am Beispiel der Zielproteine HIV-1 Protease, Transglutaminase 2 und Faktor XIII

In dieser Arbeit wird das strukturbasierte Design von Wirkstoffen am Beispiel drei ver-schiedener Zielproteine beschrieben: Der HIV-1 Protease und der humanen Proteine Transglutaminase 2 und Blutgerinnungsfaktor XIII. Ziel der Arbeit war, die jeweiligen Proteine im Komplex mit ihren Inhibitoren zu k...

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Main Author: Lindemann, Ina
Contributors: Klebe, Gerhard (Prof. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
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Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2011
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