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Effect of amino acid residues on conformational stability in eight mutant proteins variously substituted at a unique position of the tryptophan synthase a-subunit



Effect of amino acid residues on conformational stability in eight mutant proteins variously substituted at a unique position of the tryptophan synthase a-subunit



The Journal of Biological Chemistry 259: 076-81




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