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Default Mechanism of Flavoprotein l-6-HydroxynicotineOxidase: pH and Solvent Isotope Effects and Identification of KeyActive Site Residues

Mechanism of Flavoprotein l-6-HydroxynicotineOxidase: pH and Solvent Isotope Effects and Identification of KeyActive Site Residues



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