volume 82, issue 10, P2353-2363 2014
DOI: 10.1002/prot.24596
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Abstract: Glucose oxidase (GOx) is a flavoenzyme having applications in food and medical industries. However, GOx, as many other enzymes when extracted from the cells, has relatively short operational lifetimes. Several recent studies (both experimental and theoretical), carried out on small proteins (or small fractions of large proteins), show that a detailed knowledge of how the breakdown process starts and proceeds on molecular level could be of significant help to artificially improve the stability of fragile protei…

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