Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase by cobalamins and cobinamides.

@article{Weinberg2009InhibitionON,
  title={Inhibition of nitric oxide synthase by cobalamins and cobinamides.},
  author={Joe Brice Weinberg and Youwei Chen and Ning Jiang and Bethany E. Beasley and John C. Salerno and Dipak Kumar Ghosh},
  journal={Free radical biology \& medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={46 12},
  pages={
          1626-32
        }
}

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