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substituted mechanism

substituted mechanism

Automated inference of molecular mechanisms of disease from amino acid substitutions

γ-HYDROXYBUTYRIC ACID REDUCING EFFECT ON ETHANOL INTAKE: EVIDENCE IN FAVOUR OF A SUBSTITUTION MECHANISM

Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Oseltamivir Resistance Mediated by an I117V Substitution in the Neuraminidase of Subtype H5N1 Avian Influenza A Viruses

Aspartic acid for asparagine substitution at position 276 reduces susceptibility to mechanism-based inhibitors in SHV-1 and SHV-5 β-lactamases

Mitochondrial DNA migration events in yeast and humans: integration by a common end-joining mechanism and alternative perspectives on nucleotide substitution patterns.

Mitochondrial DNA migration events in yeast and humans: integration by a common end-joining mechanism and alternative perspectives on nucleotide substitution patterns.

Substitutions at residue 211 in the prion protein drive a switch between CJD and GSS syndrome, a new mechanism governing inherited neurodegenerative disorders

Substitutions at residue 211 in the prion protein drive a switch between CJD and GSS syndrome, a new mechanism governing inherited neurodegenerative disorders

A new mechanism to render clinical isolates of Escherichia coli non-susceptible to imipenem: substitutions in the PBP2 penicillin-binding domain

Human polymerase kappa uses a template-slippage deletion mechanism, but can realign the slipped strands to favour base substitution mutations over deletions

Substitution of Arg-244 by Cys or Ser in SHV-1 and SHV-5 β-lactamases confers resistance to mechanism-based inhibitors and reduces catalytic efficiency of the enzymes

Alert for an epidemic of oral cancer due to use of the betel quid substitutes gutkha and pan masala: a review of agents and causative mechanisms

 

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A mechanism of an enzyme reaction in which a substrate reacts with the enzyme to produce a modified enzyme and a product. The modified enzyme then reacts with a second ...

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