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Figure 2: Arginase complexed with D-Ephedrine phosphate and Eugenol benzyl ether. (a) Electrostatic surface representation (red is negative potential, blue is positive potential, and gray is neutral potential) and (b) Stick representation (active site residues labeled) of arginase with D-Ephedrine phosphate (deep blue). Green-dashed lines are hydrogen bonds. (c) Electrostatic surface representation (red is negative potential, blue is positive potential, and gray is neutral potential) and (d) stick representation (active site residues labeled) of arginase with Eugenol benzyl ether (Green). Green-dashed lines are hydrogen bonds

Figure 2: Arginase complexed with D-Ephedrine phosphate and Eugenol benzyl ether. (a) Electrostatic surface representation (red is negative potential, blue is positive potential, and gray is neutral potential) and (b) Stick representation (active site residues labeled) of arginase with D-Ephedrine phosphate (deep blue). Green-dashed lines are hydrogen bonds. (c) Electrostatic surface representation (red is negative potential, blue is positive potential, and gray is neutral potential) and (d) stick representation (active site residues labeled) of arginase with Eugenol benzyl ether (Green). Green-dashed lines are hydrogen bonds