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Pyruvate kinases have an intrinsic and conserved decarboxylase activity.

Bibliographic reference Zhong, Wenhe ; Morgan, Hugh P ; Nowicki, Matthew W ; McNae, Iain W ; Yuan, Meng ; et. al. Pyruvate kinases have an intrinsic and conserved decarboxylase activity.. In: Biochemical Journal, Vol. 458, no.02, p. 301-311 (2014)
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