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Slow-tight binding inhibition of xylanase by an aspartic protease inhibitor: kinetic parameters and conformational changes that determine the affinity and selectivity of the bifunctional nature of the inhibitor.

Slow-tight binding inhibition of xylanase by an aspartic protease inhibitor: kinetic parameters and conformational changes that determine the affinity and selectivity of the bifunctional nature of the inhibitor. J Biol Chem. 2002 May 17; 277(20):17978-86.

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