Study of metal binding site of methyl parathion hydrolase
Metal ions are an essential component of numerous proteins. In some cases they have a structural role, but their more important roles are redox proteins and enzymes. Metals interact quite differently with proteins depending upon the function of the protein. In enzymes metals are coordinated to the protein, but maintain vacant coordination sites to allow them to interact with substrates or to activate nucleophiles for attack. In binuclear metalloenzymes, metals have the potential to function in...[Show more]
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