Magnetic Circular Dichroism Studies on the Mononuclear Ferrous Active Site of Phthalate Dioxygenase from Pseudomonas cepacia Show a Change of Ligation State on Substrate Binding

George T. Gassner, David P. Ballou, Gregory A. Landrum, James W. Whittaker

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