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Illustration from Crystal structure analysis of deamino-oxytocin: conformational flexibility and receptor binding showing the oxytocin neuropeptide. The inset shows oxytocin bound to a carrier protein, neurophysin from Bovine Neurophysin II Complex With Oxytocin.

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