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- Werner Kremer, Universität Regensburg
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- Rebecca Wade, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies
- Matti Weckstrom, University of Oulu
- Wei Yang, Florida State University
- Huan-Xiang Zhou, Florida State University
- Simon Harold, BioMed Central
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An induced-fit model is the most representative of LSD1/CoREST-H3-histone non-covalent binding when compared to lock and key and conformational selection models, which has important implications for drug discovery and design of this important epigenetic target.
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