Tasso Papagiannopoulos

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Like many hemoglobins, the structure of the dimeric hemoglobin from the clam Scapharca inaequivalvis is a "closed bottle" since there is no direct tunnel from the oxygen binding site on the heme to the solvent.  The proximal histidine faces the dimer interface, which consists of the E and F helicies.  This is significantly different from tetrameric(More)
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