Three distinct D-amino acid substitutions confer potent antiangiogenic activity on an inactive peptide derived from a thrombospondin-1 type 1 repeat

David W. Dawson, Olga V. Volpert, S. Frieda, Andrew J. Schneider, Roy L. Silverstein, Jack Henkin, Noël P. Bouck*

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