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Martin David Bootman et al. (2018-07) Deleterious effects of calcium indicators within cells; an inconvenient truth, In Cell Calcium(73)
Andrew V. Stachulski et al. (2018-04-09) Second-generation nitazoxanide derivatives: thiazolides are effective inhibitors of the influenza A virus, In Future Medicinal Chemistry 8(10), Future Science, LTD
Sarah Ann Allman (2017-10-10) READ:WRITE:ERASE - Exploiting biocatalytic glycan assembly, In Biotechnology & Glycobiology Tools for Human Health
Katarzyna Brzezicka and Sarah Ann Allman (2017-09-05) Development of bio-orthogonal fluorescent tags for carbohydrate analysis and functional assays, In Glycobiology in Infectious Disease
Matthew Allan and Sarah Ann Allman (2017-05-02) Synthesis of multi-functional fluorescent labels for glycan analysis, In UK-Latin-America Workshop - “Glycobiotechnology Tools for Human Health"
Katarzyna Brzezicka and Sarah Ann Allman (2017-05-02) Bio-orthogonal fluorescent tags for carbohydrate analysis, In UK-Latin-America Workshop “Glycobiotechnology Tools for Human Health”
Sonia Azeggagh et al. (2017-04-10) A comprehensive "Disease-in-a-Dish" approach to Parkinson's Disease, In British Neuroscience Association - 2017 Festival of Neuroscience
Nur Maisarah Sarizan et al. (2017-03-15) HPLC Profiling of N-Glycans from Ganoderma boninense released by peptide N-Glycosidase (PNGaseF), In International Conference on Natural Products 2017
Hussein Mahamood Ahmed Al Bajalan et al. (2017-03-15) Preparation of high-mannose type N-glycans from recombinant beta-mannanases expressed in Pichia pastoris, In International Conference on Natural Products 2017
Norsuhadah Sujangin et al. (2017-03-15) The Comparison of Different Methods for the Extraction of the Iminosugar Deoxynorjirimycin from Morus Alba, In The International Conference on Natural Products 2017

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