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Interdomain long-range electron transfer becomes rate-limiting in the Y216A variant of tyramine β-monooxygenase
Robert L. Osborne; Hui Zhu; Anthony T. Iavarone; Ninian J. Blackburn; Judith P. Klinman(Profiled Author: Ninian Blackburn)
The enzyme tyramine β-monooxygenase (TβM) belongs to a small eukaryotic family of physiologically important mononuclear dicopper monooxygenases. The properties of this family include noncoupled mononuclear copper centers ∼11 Å apart, with Cu
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