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|Title:||Carbonic-anhydrase - An Example of How the Cavity Governs the Reactivity At the Zinc Ion||Authors:||I., Bertini
|Keywords:||X-ray; crystal structure; carbonic anhydrase||Issue Date:||1995||Project:||None||Journal:||COMMENTS ON INORGANIC CHEMISTRY||Abstract:||
The recent availability of X-ray structures and new biophysical measurements have shed further light on the detailed mechanism of carbonic anhydrase and its inhibition. It is noted that in some instances the structural information obtained through X-ray analysis of single crystals and NMR measurements in solution disagree. We take these conflicting results as possible conformations close in energies, both of which can be used to design the enzymatic pathway.
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