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Figure 4 | BMC Structural Biology

Figure 4

From: Active site plasticity revealed from the structure of the enterobacterial N-ribohydrolase RihA bound to a competitive inhibitor

Figure 4

Dual mode of DAPIR binding to RihA. A) Stereo view of the active site of molecule A, showing the closed αL segment with the inhibitor N3 group pointing towards helix α9. B) Stereo view of the active site of molecule B, where the αL segment is flexible and the N3 amino group of DAPIR points in the opposite direction compared to panel C.

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