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Molecules 2000, 5(3), 489-490; doi:10.3390/50300489
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Relationship Between the Conformation of the Cyclopeptides Isolated from the Fungus Amanita Phalloides (Vaill. Ex Fr.) Secr. and Its Toxicity

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Published: 22 March 2000
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Abstract: The electronic structures and conformational studies of the cyclopeptides, Omethyl-α-amanitin, phalloidin and antamanide, were obtained from molecular parameters on the basis of semiempiric and ab initio methods.
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Battista, M.E.; Vitale, A.A.; Pomilio, A.B. Relationship Between the Conformation of the Cyclopeptides Isolated from the Fungus Amanita Phalloides (Vaill. Ex Fr.) Secr. and Its Toxicity. Molecules 2000, 5, 489-490.

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Battista ME, Vitale AA, Pomilio AB. Relationship Between the Conformation of the Cyclopeptides Isolated from the Fungus Amanita Phalloides (Vaill. Ex Fr.) Secr. and Its Toxicity. Molecules. 2000; 5(3):489-490.

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Battista, M. E.; Vitale, A. A.; Pomilio, A. B. 2000. "Relationship Between the Conformation of the Cyclopeptides Isolated from the Fungus Amanita Phalloides (Vaill. Ex Fr.) Secr. and Its Toxicity." Molecules 5, no. 3: 489-490.


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