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Default Site-SpecificProtonation Kinetics of Acidic SideChains in Proteins Determined by pH-Dependent Carboxyl 13C NMR Relaxation

Site-SpecificProtonation Kinetics of Acidic SideChains in Proteins Determined by pH-Dependent Carboxyl 13C NMR Relaxation

Johan Wallerstein, Ulrich Weininger, M. Ashhar I. Khan, Sara Linse and Mikael Akke



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja513205s




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