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Evidence that glutamic acid 49 of tryptophan synthase a subunit is a catalytic residue. Inactive mutant proteins substituted at position 49 bind ligands and transmit ligand-dependent effects to the b subunit



Evidence that glutamic acid 49 of tryptophan synthase a subunit is a catalytic residue. Inactive mutant proteins substituted at position 49 bind ligands and transmit ligand-dependent effects to the b subunit



The Journal of Biological Chemistry 263: 11-14




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