Preliminary X-ray analysis of crystals of murine adenosine deaminase

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We have obtained single crystals of a cloned mammalian adenosine deaminase (Mr= 41,000), a key enzyme in purine degradation and in normal development of the immune system, that are suitable for high-resolution structural analysis. The crystals belong to the space group C2 with unit cell parameters a = 101.68 A ̊ (1 A ̊ = 0.1 nm), b = 94.38 A ̊, c = 85.51 A ̊, and β = 96.54 °. The asymmetric unit contains two enzyme molecules. © 1988.




Wilson, D. K., Rudolph, F. B., Harrison, M. L., Kellems, R. E., & Quiocho, F. A. (1988). Preliminary X-ray analysis of crystals of murine adenosine deaminase. Journal of Molecular Biology, 200(3), 613–614.

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