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Identification of a C-terminal amidated mechano growth factor (MGF)

“Characterization and identification of a C-terminal amidated mechano growth factor (MGF) analogue in black market products”​1​

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    Esposito S, Deventer K, Eenoo PV. Characterization and identification of a C-terminal amidated mechano growth factor (MGF) analogue in black market products. Rapid Commun Mass Spectrom. Published online February 10, 2012:686-692. doi:10.1002/rcm.6144


 

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    Simone Esposito is a research investigator/team leader at IRBM. His main area of expertise are the ADME of small molecules and peptide therapeutics, with a focus on: physicochemical and in vitro ADME profiling, in vitro/in vivo drug metabolism, bioanalysis and PK studies.

    Simone Esposito has a M.Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies from the . Simone Esposito M.Sc currently works at the and has 2 years experience in researching Illegal MGF preparations for commercial use at the . One of their notable works include "Characterization and identification of a C-terminal amidated mechano growth factor (MGF) analogue in black market products". Published online March 2012. doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/rcm.6144 [PubMed]
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