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- 1Bacterial respiratory diversity
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Pyranopterin Coordination Controls Molybdenum Electrochemistry in Escherichia coli Nitrate ReductaseDownload
Molybdenum is an essential trace element for most species on the earth. Molybdoenzymes (enzymes containing Molybdenum) play diverse roles in human health, global geochemical cycles, and bacterial metabolism. Interestingly, nitrate reductase (NarGHI) isolated from the common gut bacterium...
Approximately one third of the E. coli and human proteomes consist of membrane proteins. Among these proteins are oxidoreductases, which fulfil central roles in the bioenergetic processes of cells, function as pathogenicity factors in microorganisms and their dysfunction is responsible for many...
Complex II, or succinate dehydrogenase, is a vital component of aerobic life. Its function is critical for both the tricarboxylic acid cycle and the mitochondrial respiratory chain since it catalyzes the oxidation of succinate to fumarate, liberating two electrons that feed into the lipid-soluble...