A new generation of adenosine receptor antagonists: from di- to trisubstituted aminopyrimidines.

  title={A new generation of adenosine receptor antagonists: from di- to trisubstituted aminopyrimidines.},
  author={Jacobus P. D. van Veldhoven and Lisa C W Chang and Jacobien K. von Frijtag Drabbe K{\"u}nzel and Thea Mulder-Krieger and Regina Struensee-Link and Margot W. Beukers and Johannes Brussee and Adriaan P. IJzerman},
  journal={Bioorganic \& medicinal chemistry},
  volume={16 6},

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