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Development of an AlphsScreen HTS Assay for Low Affinity Epigenetic Peptide-Protein Interactions

Tim Wigle, Postdoc, University of North Carolina, speaking at Screening Europe 2010.
Date Posted: Monday, November 29, 2010

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