PEGylation of Proteins: A Structural Approach - Structural properties of PEGylated proteins could play an increasingly important role in developing optimal therapeutic protein drugs. - BioPharm


PEGylation of Proteins: A Structural Approach
Structural properties of PEGylated proteins could play an increasingly important role in developing optimal therapeutic protein drugs.

BioPharm International
Volume 19, Issue 4

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