Inhibiting CK2α from Outside the Active Site

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Inhibiting CK2α from Outside the Active Site
 
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Paul Brear[sup]1[/sup], Claudia De-Fusco[sup]2[/sup], Kathy Hadje Georgiou[sup]2[/sup], Nicola J. Francis-Newton[sup]3[/sup], Chris Stubbs[sup]2[/sup], Ashok R. Venkitaraman[sup]3[/sup], Chris Abell[sup]2[/sup], David Spring[sup]2[/sup], Marko Hyvonen[sup]1[/sup]

 
 

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