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October 2022

Volume 298Issue 10
Open Access
On the Cover: Human Protein Disulfide Isomerase (PDI) (cyan) is the founding member of a large family of thiol-isomerases. In the vasculature (platelets and white blood cells in the background) it is essential for thrombus formation. Single-molecule FRET studies show that PDI adopts three structurally distinct conformational ensembles, C, O1, and O2, and identify residues (magenta) that control such allosteric equilibrium....
On the Cover: Human Protein Disulfide Isomerase (PDI) (cyan) is the founding member of a large family of thiol-isomerases. In the vasculature (platelets and white blood cells in the background) it is essential for thrombus formation. Single-molecule FRET studies show that PDI adopts three structurally distinct conformational ensembles, C, O1, and O2, and identify residues (magenta) that control such allosteric equilibrium.
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Research Article Collection: Enzymology (2022)

Research Article Collection: Protein Structure and Folding (2022)

Signal Transduction

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