The helical domain of the EcoR124I motor subunit participates in ATPase activity and dsDNA translocation

Vitali Bialevich, Dhiraj Sinha, Katsiaryna Shamayeva, Alena Guzanova, David Řeha, Eva Csefalvay, Jannette Carey, Marie Weiserova, Rüdiger H. Ettrich

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