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Crystal structure of pyrogallol phloroglucinoltranshydroxylase, an Mo enzyme capable ofintermolecular hydroxyl transfer between phenols

Crystal structure of pyrogallol phloroglucinoltranshydroxylase, an Mo enzyme capable ofintermolecular hydroxyl transfer between phenols

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MESSERSCHMIDT, Albrecht, Holger NIESSEN, Dietmar J. ABT, Oliver EINSLE, Bernhard SCHINK, Peter M. KRONECK, 2004. Crystal structure of pyrogallol phloroglucinoltranshydroxylase, an Mo enzyme capable ofintermolecular hydroxyl transfer between phenols. In: PNAS ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101(32), pp. 11571-11576

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