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2017

Suckling, Colin J. and Scott, Fraser and Khalaf, Abedawn and Gillingwater, Kirsten and Morrison, Liam and de Koning, Harry and Barrett, Michael and Giordani, Federica (2017) Minor groove binders for DNA as antitypanosomal agents : the veterinary context. In: 3rd International Electronic Conference on Medicinal Chemistry, 2017-11-01 - 2017-11-30.

Suckling, Colin J. and Scott, Fraser J. (2017) Selectivity in anti-infective minor groove binders. In: 3rd International Electronic Conference on Medicinal Chemistry, 2017-11-01 - 2017-11-30.

Suckling, Colin J. and Khalaf, Abedawn and Scott, Fraser J. and Tucker, Nicholas and Niemenen, Leena and Lemonidis, Kimon and Hunter, Iain S. (2017) Why antibacterial minor groove binders are a good thing. In: 3rd International Electronic Conference on Medicinal Chemistry, 2017-11-01 - 2017-11-30.

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