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Class: Alpha Beta (26913)
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Architecture: 2-Layer Sandwich (8480)
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Topology: Cyanate Lyase; Chain: A, domain 2 (8)
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Homologous Superfamily: [code=3.30.1160.10, no name defined] (8)
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Escherichia coli. Organism_taxid: 562. (8)
1DW9A:89-156; B:89-153; C:89-153; D:89-153; E:89-153; F:89-153; G:89-153; H:89-153; I:89-153; J:89-153STRUCTURE OF CYANASE REVEALS THAT A NOVEL DIMERIC AND DECAMERIC ARRANGEMENT OF SUBUNITS IS REQUIRED FOR FORMATION OF THE ENZYME ACTIVE SITE
1DWKA:89-153; B:89-153; C:89-153; D:89-153; E:89-153; F:89-153; G:89-153; H:89-153; I:89-153; J:89-153STRUCTURE OF CYANASE WITH THE DI-ANION OXALATE BOUND AT THE ENZYME ACTIVE SITE
2IU7A:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE
2IUOA:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE
2IV1A:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE
2IVBA:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE
2IVGA:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE
2IVQA:89-156; B:89-156; C:89-156; D:89-156; E:89-156; F:89-156; G:89-156; H:89-156; I:89-156; J:89-156SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF KEY RESIDUES INVOLVED IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF CYANASE