ENDOR/HYSCORE studies of the common intermediate trapped during nitrogenase reduction of N 2H 2, CH 3N 2H, and N 2H 4 support an alternating reaction pathway for N 2 reduction

Dmitriy Lukoyanov, Sergei A. Dikanov, Zhi Yong Yang, Brett M. Barney, Rimma I. Samoilova, Kuppala V. Narasimhulu, Dennis R. Dean, Lance C. Seefeldt, Brian M. Hoffman

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