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Figure 1: Active site analysis of arginase enzyme and nitric oxide synthase using methionine 2(s)-amino-6-boronohexanoic acid and arginine as ligands, respectively. (a and b) Are the active site of arginase enzyme. (a) Represents an electrostatic surface of arginase active site. Red represents negative potential, blue represents positive potential, and gray represents neutral potential. (b) Is the visualization of interacting residues (labeled) of arginase. (c and d) Are nitric oxide synthase active site visualizations. (c) Is electrostatic representation in which blue represents positive potential, gray represents neutral potential, and red represents negative potentials. (d) Is stick model representation of interacting residues of nitric oxide synthase (labeled)

Figure 1: Active site analysis of arginase enzyme and nitric oxide synthase using methionine 2(s)-amino-6-boronohexanoic acid and arginine as ligands, respectively. (a and b) Are the active site of arginase enzyme. (a) Represents an electrostatic surface of arginase active site. Red represents negative potential, blue represents positive potential, and gray represents neutral potential. (b) Is the visualization of interacting residues (labeled) of arginase. (c and d) Are nitric oxide synthase active site visualizations. (c) Is electrostatic representation in which blue represents positive potential, gray represents neutral potential, and red represents negative potentials. (d) Is stick model representation of interacting residues of nitric oxide synthase (labeled)