Choline Oxidase

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Choline Oxidase complex with pteridin derivative and DMSO 2jbv

3D structure of Choline oxidase

Updated on 13-February-2019

2jbv – AgChOx – Arthrobacter globiformis
3nne, 3ljp – AgChOx (mutant)
4mjw – AgChOx + trimethylglycine

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