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Default 51V NMRCrystallography of Vanadium Chloroperoxidaseand Its Directed Evolution P395D/L241V/T343A Mutant: Protonation Environmentsof the Active Site

51V NMRCrystallography of Vanadium Chloroperoxidaseand Its Directed Evolution P395D/L241V/T343A Mutant: Protonation Environmentsof the Active Site

Rupal Gupta, Guangjin Hou, Rokus Renirie, Ron Wever and Tatyana Polenova



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/jacs.5b02635




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