Structures of Asymmetric Complexes of Human Neuron Specific Enolase with Resolved Substrate and Product and an Analogous Complex with Two Inhibitors Indicate Subunit Interaction and Inhibitor Cooperativity
Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
Published in Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, Volume 111, 2012, pages 187-194.
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Qin, J., Chai, G., Brewer, J. M., Lovelace, L. L., & Lebioda, L. (2012). Structures of asymmetric complexes of human neuron specific enolase with resolved substrate and product and an analogous complex with two inhibitors indicate subunit interaction and inhibitor cooperativity. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 111, 187-194.