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Structure of tacrolimus with all hydrogens hidden. Based on:

Bracher, A; Kozany, C; Hähle, A; Wild, P; Zacharias, M; Hausch, F (15 November 2013). "Crystal structures of the free and ligand-bound FK1-FK2 domain segment of FKBP52 reveal a flexible inter-domain hinge. ". Journal of Molecular Biology 425 (22): 4134-44. doi:10.1016/j.jmb.2013.07.041. PDB: 4LAX (RCSB PDB, PDBe)PMID 23933011.


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