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Elementary steps in the reaction mechanism of chicken liver fatty acid synthase: pH dependence of NADPH binding and isotope rate effect for b-ketoacyl reductase


, : Elementary steps in the reaction mechanism of chicken liver fatty acid synthase: pH dependence of NADPH binding and isotope rate effect for b-ketoacyl reductase. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 259: 48-51


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