Structure-activity Relationships in the Conversion of Vitamin K Analogues into Menaquinone-4. Substrates Essential to the Synthesis of Menaquinone-4 in Cultured Human Cell Lines.

SUHARA SUHARA, Y Y, Y. Y., WADA WADA, A. A., TACHIBANA TACHIBANA, WATANABE WATANABE, M. M., NAKAMURA NAKAMURA, K. K., NAKAGAWA NAKAGAWA, OKANO OKANO, T. T.

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3116-3124
JournalBioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
Volume18
Publication statusPublished - 2010 Mar 1

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SUHARA, SUHARA., Y, Y., Y., Y., WADA, WADA., A., A., TACHIBANA, TACHIBANA., WATANABE, WATANABE., M., M., NAKAMURA, NAKAMURA., K., K., NAKAGAWA, NAKAGAWA., OKANO, OKANO., & T., T. (2010). Structure-activity Relationships in the Conversion of Vitamin K Analogues into Menaquinone-4. Substrates Essential to the Synthesis of Menaquinone-4 in Cultured Human Cell Lines. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 18, 3116-3124.