Functional in vivo imaging of cysteine cathepsin activity in murine model of inflammation.

@article{Cagli2011FunctionalIV,
  title={Functional in vivo imaging of cysteine cathepsin activity in murine model of inflammation.},
  author={Dejan Cagli{\vc} and Anja Globisch and Maik Kindermann and Ngee Han Lim and Volker Jeske and H. -P. Juretschke and Eckart Dr. Bartnik and Klaus Ulrich Dr. Weithmann and Hideaki Nagase and Boris Turk and Karl Ulrich Wendt},
  journal={Bioorganic \& medicinal chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={
          1055-61
        }
}

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