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Histidine modification and mutagenesis point to the involvement of a large conformational change in the mechanism of action of phage lambda lysozyme.

Bibliographic reference Evrard, Charles-Marie ; Fastrez, Jacques ; Soumillion, Patrice. Histidine modification and mutagenesis point to the involvement of a large conformational change in the mechanism of action of phage lambda lysozyme.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 460, no. 3, p. 442-6 (1999)
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