Molecular Playground/PcrA Helicase

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Human PcrA helicase (PDB code 1pjr)


Crystal structure of a DExx box DNA helicase., Subramanya HS, Bird LE, Brannigan JA, Wigley DB, Nature. 1996 Nov 28;384(6607):379-83. PMID:8934527

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