Nonredox nickel enzymes.

@article{Maroney2014NonredoxNE,
  title={Nonredox nickel enzymes.},
  author={Michael J Maroney and Stefano Ciurli},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2014},
  volume={114 8},
  pages={4206-28}
}
ion as well as other steps contributed to the mechanism Figure 11. Sequence alignments of selected class I and class II glyoxalase I enzymes created using Clustal W2. Amino acids are colored by property (hydrophobic (red), acidic (blue), basic (purple), other (green)). Metal binding residues are highlighted in yellow. Residues marked with an asterisk (∗) are invariant; thosemarked by other symbols represent low (:) andmoderate (.) variability. TheN-terminal extension and additional loops found… CONTINUE READING

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