A catalytic triad is commonly referred to three amino acids that function together at the active site of certain hydrolase and transferase enzyme. A common way to reproduce a nucleophillic residue for covalent catalysis is by using an Acid-Base-ncleophile triad.
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Last date updated on June, 2021