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Asp-99 donates a hydrogen bond not to tyr-14 but to the steroid directly in the catalytic mechanism of Delta(5)-3-ketosteroid isomerase from Pseudomonas putida biotype B

Choi, G; Ha, NC; Kim, SW; Kim, DH; Park, S; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher; Choi, KY, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.39, no.5, pp.903 - 909, 2000-02

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Biochemical Characterization of the Transgenic Mouse Deficient of Inositol 1,4,5-triphosphate 3-kinase

Choi, KY; Choi, G; Kim, SW; Jun, KS; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher, ASBMB/ASIP/AAI Joint Meeting, 1996-06-01

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Contribution of the hydrogen-bond network involving a tyrosine triad in the active site to the structure and function of a highly proficient ketosteroid isomerase from Pseudomonas putida biotype B

Kim, DH; Jang, DS; Nam, GH; Choi, G; Kim, JS; Ha, NC; Kim, MS; et al, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.39, no.16, pp.4581 - 4589, 2000-04

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Crystal structure and enzyme mechanism of Delta(5)-3-ketosteroid isomerase from Pseudomonas testosteroni

Cho, HS; Choi, G; Choi, KY; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.37, no.23, pp.8325 - 8330, 1998-06

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Crystal Structure and Enzyme Mechanism of △5-3 Ketosteroid Isomerase

Oh, Byung-Haresearcher; Cho, HS; Choi, G; Choi, KY, 19th European Crystallographic Meeting, 2000-08-25

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Pseudoreversion of the catalytic activity of Y14F by the additional substitution(s) of tyrosine with phenylalanine in the hydrogen bond network of Delta(5)-3-ketosteroid isomerase from Pseudomonas putida Biotype B

Choi, G; Ha, NC; Kim, MS; Hong, BH; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher; Choi, KY, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.40, pp.6828 - 6835, 2001-01

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Role of catalytic residues in enzymatic mechanisms of homologous ketosteroid isomerases

Oh, KS; Cha, SS; Kim, DH; Cho, HS; Ha, NC; Choi, G; Lee, JY; et al, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.39, no.45, pp.13891 - 13896, 2000-11

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Role of the Three Cysteines in the Catalysis and Stability of Ketosteroid Isomerase from Psedomonas Putida Biotype B

Kim, SW; Ju, S; Choi, G; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher; Choi, KY, 1997 ASBMB Meeting, 1997-08-24

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Roles of active site aromatic residues in catalysis by ketosteroid isomerase from Pseudomonas putida biotype B

Kim, DH; Nam, GH; Jang, DS; Choi, G; Joo, S; Kim, JS; Oh, Byung-Haresearcher; et al, BIOCHEMISTRY, v.38, no.42, pp.13810 - 13819, 1999-10

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