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Pre-steady-state analysis of reduced MoFe-protein intermediates generated during enzyme turnover from wild-type and altered Azotobacter vinelandii nitrogenase MoFe-proteins



Pre-steady-state analysis of reduced MoFe-protein intermediates generated during enzyme turnover from wild-type and altered Azotobacter vinelandii nitrogenase MoFe-proteins



Finan, Turlough M , Reprint Author, O'Brian, Mark R, Layzell, David B, Vessey, J Kevin, Newton, William Nitrogen fixation: Global perspectives: 369




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