Effect of formulation and peptide folding on the fibrillar aggregation, gelation, and oxidation of a therapeutic peptide.

@article{KorangYeboah2021EffectOF,
  title={Effect of formulation and peptide folding on the fibrillar aggregation, gelation, and oxidation of a therapeutic peptide.},
  author={Maxwell Korang-Yeboah and Stephanie A. Ketcham and Mack Shih and Zhang Jinhui and Bandara Bandaranayake and Yvonne Abbey-Berko and Faustino Patrick and Muhammad Ashraf},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          120677
        }
}

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