Inhibition of aminopeptidases by phosphonic acid and phosphinic acid analogues of aspartic and glutamic acids.

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More than 30 phosphonic and phosphinic acid analogues of aspartic and glutamic acids were synthesized in order to probe how the structural differences of these molecules were reflected in their ability to inhibit cytosolic (LAP) and microsomal (APM) aminopeptidases. Although most of the compounds studied were found to exert only a modest inhibitory effect… (More)

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@article{Lejczak1993InhibitionOA, title={Inhibition of aminopeptidases by phosphonic acid and phosphinic acid analogues of aspartic and glutamic acids.}, author={Barbara Lejczak and M P De Choszczak and P. Kafarski}, journal={Journal of enzyme inhibition}, year={1993}, volume={7 2}, pages={97-103} }