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Crystal Structure of an Integron Gene Cassette-Associated Protein from Vibrio cholerae Identifies a Cationic Drug-Binding Module

By Chandrika N. Deshpande, Stephen J. Harrop, Yan Boucher, Karl A. Hassan, Rosa Di Leo, Xiaohui Xu, Hong Cui, Alexei Savchenko, Changsoo Chang, Maurizio Labbate, Ian T. Paulsen, H. W. Stokes, Paul M. G. Curmi and Bridget C. Mabbutt
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3048380
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