Phosphoserine aminotransferase

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Phosphoserine aminotransferase dimer complex with pyridoxal phosphate, triethylene glycol, Hepes, Cl- and Mg+2 ions (PDB entry 1w23)

3D structures of phosphoserine aminotransferase

Updated on 21-November-2019


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