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Structural and functional studies on DHC, the diheme cytochrome c from Rhodobacter sphaeroides, and its interaction with SHP, the sphaeroides heme protein.
Structural-function studies on the diheme cytochrome c have carried out and its interaction with SHP is examined, showing that DHC binds strongly to its proposed physiological partner, SHP, and is very efficient in electron transfer to SHP. Expand
Rhodobacter sphaeroides haem protein: a novel cytochrome with nitric oxide dioxygenase activity.
- B. Li, J. Anderson, C. Mowat, C. Miles, G. Reid, S. Chapman
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochemical Society transactions
- 1 October 2008
It is possible that SHP functions physiologically as a nitric oxide dioxygenase, protecting the organism against NO poisoning, and a possible mechanism for this process is proposed. Expand