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    Methylcobalamin and methylcobalt complexes of vitamin B12 model compounds as substrates in nucleophilic displacement reactions.

    Authors
    Stadlbauer EA, Holland RJ, Lamm FP, et al. 
    Source
    Bioinorg Chem 1974 Oct; 4(1) :67-77.
    Mesh
    Alkanes
    Binding Sites
    Chemical Phenomena
    Chemistry
    Cobalt
    Cyanides
    Halogens
    Methane
    Phosphines
    Selenium
    Sulfhydryl Compounds
    Vitamin B 12
    Language

    eng

    Pub Type(s)
    Journal Article
    PubMed ID

    4433639

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