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Interaction of Cyanide with Enzymes Containing Vanadium, Manganese, Non-Heme Iron, and Zinc

Interaction of Cyanide with Enzymes Containing Vanadium, Manganese, Non-Heme Iron, and Zinc

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SOSA-TORRES, Martha E., Peter M. KRONECK, 2009. Interaction of Cyanide with Enzymes Containing Vanadium, Manganese, Non-Heme Iron, and Zinc. In: SIGEL, Astrid, ed. and others. Metal-carbon bonds in enzymes and cofactors. Cambridge:RSC Publ., pp. 363-393

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