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English: Molecular model of the enzyme Helicobacter Pylori Urease.
Polski: Molekularny model ureazy H. pylori. Molekularny model ureazy H. pylori.
日本語: ウレアーゼの立体構造模式図.
Italiano: Struttura molecolare dell'enzima di un Helicobacter pylori.
Português: Modelo molecuar da ureáse de H. pylori.
Español: Modelo molecular de la enzima ureasa de H. pylori.
Русский: Молекулярная модель уреазы H. pylori. Молекулярная модель фермента уреазы бактерии Helicobacter pylori. Молекулярная модель уреазы бактерии Helicobacter pylori.
Norsk bokmål: Molekylærmodell av H. pylori urease enzym.
Català: Model molecular de l'enzim ureasa d'H. pylori.
Українська: Молекулярна модель уреази H. pylori. Стрічкова молекулярна модель ферменту уреази бактерії H. pylori.
Türkçe: Moleküler yapısı.
नेपाल भाषा: एच॰ पाइलोरी युरिएज इन्जाइमया मोलेकुलर मोडेल.
  • (20:57, 4 August 2008) version 2005-03-27 (original upload date)
(Original text : 1st November, 2001)
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(Original text : "The contents of PDB are in the public domain. Online and printed resources are welcome to include PDB data and images from the Structure Explorer pages, as long as they are not for sale as commercial items themselves, and their corresponding citations are included." Ha, N.-C., Oh, S.-T., Sung, J. Y., Cha, K.-A., Hyung Lee, M., Oh, B.-H.: Crystal Structure of Helicobacter Pylori Urease Reveals an Exquisite Molecular Design Suitable for Surviving Gastric Acid To be Published'')


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