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Order out of complexity; protein structures that interact with heparin, B. Mulloy, R.J. Linhardt, Current Opinions in Structural Biology, 11, 623-628, 2001.
Many proteins of widely differing functionality and structure are capable of binding heparin. Structural characterisations of the many types of such complexes are being reported in ever-increasing number and at improved resolution. Several crystal structures of complexes formed through the interaction of heparin-derived oligosaccharides with one or more protein partners have been described.;
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