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The lysozyme mechanism sorted — after 50 years

Nature Structural Biology volume 8, pages 737739 (2001) | Download Citation

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Unambiguous evidence for a glycosyl-enzyme intermediate on the lysozyme reaction pathway has recently been reported, finally settling what kind of mechanism this textbook enzyme uses.

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  1. Anthony J. Kirby is at the University Chemical Laboratory, Cambridge CB2 1EW, UK. ajk1@cam.ac.uk

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