'It's hollow': the function of pores within myoglobin.

Abstract

Despite a century of research, the cellular function of myoglobin (Mb), the mechanism regulating oxygen (O(2)) transport in the cell and the structure-function relationship of Mb remain incompletely understood. In particular, the presence and function of pores within Mb have attracted much recent attention. These pores can bind to Xe as well as to other… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.042994

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