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Why Does The Y326I Mutant Of Monoamine Oxidase B Decompose An Endogenous Amphetamine At A Slower Rate Than The Wild Type Enzyme? Reaction Step Elucidated By Multiscale Molecular Simulations

Domen Pregeljc, Urška Jug, Janez Mavri, Jernej Stare

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Mutated MAO B enzyme decomposes phenylethylamine at slower rate due to changed interactions in the active site.