Figure 1. nNOSd Protein Structure

From Nitric Oxide Contribution in the CNS: a NO brainer by May, O.

nNOS contains a reductase domain (C-terminal) and an oxygenase domain (N-terminal) which are separated by a calmodulin (CaM) binding motif. [inset to right] nNOS is active in dimeric form. An extensive interface between the two oxygenase domains allows electrons (e-) to transfer from the reductase domain of one monomer to the oxygenase domain of the opposite monomer.

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