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Structure/Activity Relationships of (M)ANT- and TNP-Nucleotides for Inhibition of Rat Soluble Guanylyl Cyclase alpha(1)beta(1)

Dove, Stefan ; Danker, Kerstin Yvonne ; Stasch, Johannes-Peter ; Kaever, Volkhard ; Seifert, Roland


Soluble guanylyl cyclase (sGC) plays an important role in cardiovascular function and catalyzes formation of cGMP. sGC is activated by nitric oxide and allosteric stimulators and activators. However, despite its therapeutic relevance, the regulatory mechanisms of sGC are still incompletely understood. A major reason for this situation is that no crystal structures of active sGC have been resolved ...


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