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Default Site-Directed Methyl Group Labeling as an NMR Probe of Structure and Dynamics in Supramolecular Protein Systems: Applications to the Proteasome and to the ClpP Protease

Site-Directed Methyl Group Labeling as an NMR Probe of Structure and Dynamics in Supramolecular Protein Systems: Applications to the Proteasome and to the ClpP Protease

Tomasz L. Religa, Amy M. Ruschak, Rina Rosenzweig and Lewis E. Kay



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DOI: 10.1021/ja202259a




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