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A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase

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A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase. / Lahav, Daniël; Liu, Bing; van den Berg, Richard J. B. H. N.; van den Nieuwendijk, Adrianus M. C. H.; Wennekes, Tom; Ghisaidoobe, Amar T.; Breen, Imogen; Ferraz, Maria J.; Kuo, Chi-Lin; Wu, Liang; Geurink, Paul P.; Ovaa, Huib; van der Marel, Gijsbert A.; van der Stelt, Mario; Boot, Rolf G.; Davies, Gideon J.; Aerts, Johannes M. F. G.; Overkleeft, Herman S.

In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 139, No. 40, 11.10.2017, p. 14192-14197.

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Lahav, D, Liu, B, van den Berg, RJBHN, van den Nieuwendijk, AMCH, Wennekes, T, Ghisaidoobe, AT, Breen, I, Ferraz, MJ, Kuo, C-L, Wu, L, Geurink, PP, Ovaa, H, van der Marel, GA, van der Stelt, M, Boot, RG, Davies, GJ, Aerts, JMFG & Overkleeft, HS 2017, 'A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase', Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 139, no. 40, pp. 14192-14197. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.7b07352

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Lahav, D., Liu, B., van den Berg, R. J. B. H. N., van den Nieuwendijk, A. M. C. H., Wennekes, T., Ghisaidoobe, A. T., ... Overkleeft, H. S. (2017). A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 139(40), 14192-14197. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.7b07352

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Lahav D, Liu B, van den Berg RJBHN, van den Nieuwendijk AMCH, Wennekes T, Ghisaidoobe AT et al. A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2017 Oct 11;139(40):14192-14197. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.7b07352

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Lahav, Daniël ; Liu, Bing ; van den Berg, Richard J. B. H. N. ; van den Nieuwendijk, Adrianus M. C. H. ; Wennekes, Tom ; Ghisaidoobe, Amar T. ; Breen, Imogen ; Ferraz, Maria J. ; Kuo, Chi-Lin ; Wu, Liang ; Geurink, Paul P. ; Ovaa, Huib ; van der Marel, Gijsbert A. ; van der Stelt, Mario ; Boot, Rolf G. ; Davies, Gideon J. ; Aerts, Johannes M. F. G. ; Overkleeft, Herman S. / A Fluorescence Polarization Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay in the Discovery of Potent, Selective Inhibitors for Human Nonlysosomal Glucosylceramidase. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2017 ; Vol. 139, No. 40. pp. 14192-14197.

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