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Nature. 1978 May 11;273(5658):124-9.

The covalent and tertiary structure of bovine liver rhodanese.

Abstract

Bovine liver rhodanese is a single polypeptide of 293 amino acids in which the halves of the molecule assume analogous tertiary structures in the absence of substantial sequence homology. The sulphur atom transferred during catalysis is bound in persulphide linkage to Cys-247. Substrate binding seems to involve Arg-186 and Lys-249.

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643076
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