Entropy change of protein and water during the denaturation of cytochrome P450s

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Cytochrome P450s are ubiquitous hemeprotein monooxygenases that catalyse numerous biochemical reactions, and the investigation on them is of significance to both the protein engineering and human health. We found that the thermophilic cytochrome P450, CYP119, may achieve both greater thermal stability and higher structural flexibility simultaneously by keeping larger entropy at the native state. Although we have measured the thermodynamic curves during the denaturation of both CYP101A1 and CYP119, its quite difficult to distinguish the...
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