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Model of Cdc14 Enzyme

Caption: Red areas have identical amino acid sequences in human and yeast Cdc14. The ideal 'key,' or substrate, that would fit into Cdc14 is marked by the green and blue structure nestled into a 'lock' that is the same in human and yeast Cdc14.

Credit: Molecular Cell/Mark Hall

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