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Trends in the magnitude of binding constants Substrate binding by enzymes and catalytic antibodies is unexceptional

Trends in the magnitude of binding constants Substrate binding by enzymes and catalytic antibodies is unexceptional

Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 224(1-2): ORGN 131

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