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Engineering an allosteric binding site for aminoglycosides into TEM1-β-Lactamase.

Bibliographic reference Volkov, Alexander N ; Barrios, Humberto ; Mathonet, Pascale ; Evrard, Christine ; Ubbink, Marcellus ; et. al. Engineering an allosteric binding site for aminoglycosides into TEM1-β-Lactamase.. In: ChemBioChem : a European journal of chemical biology, Vol. 12, no. 6, p. 904-13 (2011)
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