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Default Heavy metal binding domain in a cysteine-rich protein may be sea snail adaptation to metal stress - Phys.Org

Heavy metal binding domain in a cysteine-rich protein may be sea snail adaptation to metal stress - Phys.Org



Heavy metal binding domain in a cysteine-rich protein may be sea snail adaptation to metal stress
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Structural Adaptation of a Protein to Increased Metal Stress: NMR Structure of a Marine Snail Metallothionein with an Additional Domain. Credit: Wiley. A special type of small sulfur-rich protein, metallothioneins, have an extraordinary capability for ...


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