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pH dependence of heme electrochemistry in cytochromes investigated by multiconformation continuum electrostatic calculations

pH dependence of heme electrochemistry in cytochromes investigated by multiconformation continuum electrostatic calculations

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HAUSER, Karin, Junjun MAO, Marilyn R. GUNNER, 2004. pH dependence of heme electrochemistry in cytochromes investigated by multiconformation continuum electrostatic calculations. In: Biopolymers. 74(1-2), pp. 51-54. ISSN 0006-3525

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