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Malley, Konstantin R.; Koroleva, Olga; Miller, Ian; Sanishvili, Ruslan; Jenkins, Christopher M.; Gross, Richard W.; and Korolev, Sergey, ,"The structure of iPLA2β reveals dimeric active sites and suggests mechanisms of regulation and localization." Nature Communications.9,. . (2018).