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(This figure shows disease associated mutations on the phenylalanine hydroxylase protein. Positions of mutations are highlighted by green side chains. The shown domains are catalytic domain (blue), regulatory domain (red), tetramerisation domain (lilac). D)
 
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This figure shows disease associated mutations on the phenylalanine hydroxylase protein. Positions of mutations are highlighted by green side chains. The shown domains are catalytic domain (blue), regulatory domain (red), tetramerisation
 
This figure shows disease associated mutations on the phenylalanine hydroxylase protein. Positions of mutations are highlighted by green side chains. The shown domains are catalytic domain (blue), regulatory domain (red), tetramerisation
domain (lilac). Disclaimer: This figure is redistributed from ... . All rights belong to the creator.
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domain (lilac). Disclaimer: This figure is redistributed from Nenad Blau, Francjan J van Spronsen, Harvey L Levy . Phenylketonuria. Lancet 2010; 376: 1417–27 . All rights belong to the creator.

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This figure shows disease associated mutations on the phenylalanine hydroxylase protein. Positions of mutations are highlighted by green side chains. The shown domains are catalytic domain (blue), regulatory domain (red), tetramerisation domain (lilac). Disclaimer: This figure is redistributed from Nenad Blau, Francjan J van Spronsen, Harvey L Levy . Phenylketonuria. Lancet 2010; 376: 1417–27 . All rights belong to the creator.

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