Mechanistic and Bioinformatic Investigation of a Conserved Active Site Helix in α‑Isopropylmalate Synthase from Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a Member of the DRE-TIM Metallolyase Superfamily. Ashley K. Casey, Michael A. Hicks, Jordyn L. Johnson, Patricia C. Babbitt, & Patrick A. Frantom Biochemistry, 53:4847–4856, 2014.
	title = {Mechanistic and {Bioinformatic} {Investigation} of a {Conserved} {Active} {Site} {Helix} in α‑{Isopropylmalate} {Synthase} from {Mycobacterium} tuberculosis, a {Member} of the {DRE}-{TIM} {Metallolyase} {Superfamily}},
	volume = {53},
	journal = {Biochemistry},
	author = {{Ashley K. Casey} and {Michael A. Hicks} and {Jordyn L. Johnson} and {Patricia C. Babbitt} and {Patrick A. Frantom}},
	year = {2014},
	pages = {4847--4856},

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