A novel biologically active (4-L-threonine)-oxytocin which is an analog of oxytocin in which the glutamine residue in position four is replaced by a threonine residue.
Medical College of Ohio
514/807; 930/150; 930/DIG.565
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The University of Toledo
University of Toledo Libraries
Manning, Maurice, "(4-L-Threonine)-Oxytocin" (1972). University of Toledo U.S. Patents. 248.