Letter: Cadmium-113 Fourier transform nuclear magnetic resonance of cadmium(II) carbonic anhydrases and cadmium(II) alkaline phosphatase.

  title={Letter: Cadmium-113 Fourier transform nuclear magnetic resonance of cadmium(II) carbonic anhydrases and cadmium(II) alkaline phosphatase.},
  author={Ian M. Armitage and Raymond T. Pajer and Antonius J.M. Schoot Uiterkamp and J F Chleowski and Joseph E. Coleman},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  volume={98 18},
monomer, required acti~ity.','~ The Zn(il) of HCAB is coordinated to three histidyl nitrogen atoms with the fourth site of a distorted tetrahedral array occupied by a monodentate ligand from solution (i.e., H20, -OH, HC03- or other anion).lDa The metal ion coordination site of BCAB has not been determined by x-ray diffraction, but ESR studies show the presence of three nitrogen ligands at the metal binding site.17 Metal ions at the active site of AP appear to be liganded to three histidyl… 

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