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Archaeal Enzymes and Applications in Industrial Biocatalysts

Figure 3

A ribbon diagram of the structure of the Sulfolobus dehalogenase dimer with each monomer shown in a different colour. The monomer has a core domain with a Rossmann-like fold of six-stranded parallel β-strands surrounded by five α-helices and three 310 helices and a subdomain composed of α-helices. A substrate mimic is shown in the two active sites as a stick model, located between the two domains of each monomer (PDB code 2W11). The figure was constructed using CCP4mg [53].

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