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`In crystallo' substrate binding triggers major domain movements and reveals magnesium as a co-activator of Trypanosoma brucei pyruvate kinase.

Bibliographic reference Zhong, Wenhe ; Morgan, Hugh P ; McNae, Iain W ; Michels, Paul A M ; Fothergill-Gilmore, Linda A ; et. al. `In crystallo' substrate binding triggers major domain movements and reveals magnesium as a co-activator of Trypanosoma brucei pyruvate kinase.. In: Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography, Vol. 69, no.9, p. 1768-1779 (2013)
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