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Crystal structures of SCP2-thiolases of Trypanosomatidae, human pathogens causing widespread tropical diseases: the importance for catalysis of the cysteine of the unique HDCF loop.

Bibliographic reference Harijan, Rajesh K ; Kiema, Tiila R ; Karjalainen, Mikael P ; Janardan, Neelanjana ; Murthy, M R N ; et. al. Crystal structures of SCP2-thiolases of Trypanosomatidae, human pathogens causing widespread tropical diseases: the importance for catalysis of the cysteine of the unique HDCF loop.. In: Biochemical Journal, Vol. 455, no.1, p. 119-130 (2013)
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