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Mapping Structures and Functions of a Transient Enzyme State

News   Jun 19, 2017 | Original story from Umeå University

 
Mapping Structures and Functions of a Transient Enzyme State

High resolution x-ray structure of the enzyme adenylate kinase trapped in a transient structural state by a covalent disulfide bond. Credit: Magnus Wolf-Watz

 
 
 

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