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Substrate Binding in the FAD-Dependent Hydroxynitrile Lyase from Almond Provides Insight into the Mechanism of Cyanohydrin Formation and Explains the Absence of Dehydrogenation Activity†,‡

By Ingrid Dreveny, Aleksandra S. Andryushkova, Anton Glieder, Karl Gruber and Christoph Kratky
Publisher: American Chemical Society
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