Three-dimensional Structural Variations and Functional Implications in α-Amylases
In an attempt to study the substrate specificity and catalytic mechanism of α-amylases, the active sites of the three-dimensional structures determined to date were compared.
KeywordsTryptophan Residue Bacillus Licheniformis Aspergillus Oryzae Barley Malt Tryptophanyl Residue
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