The binding of four Ca2+ to Apocalmodulin

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The binding of four Ca2+ to apocalmodulin causes a change in the protein conformation, converting it to a form that is recognized by many enzymes. The high proportion of α helix is typical of proteins that are activated by metal ion binding.

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