Masuhiro Yamada

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Two c-type cytochromes from the soluble fraction of a deep-sea moderately piezophilic bacterium, Shewanella violacea, were purified and characterized, and the genes coding for these cytochromes were cloned and sequenced. One of the cytochromes, designated cytochrome c(A), was found to have a molecular mass of approximately 8.3 kDa, and it contained one heme(More)
Recently we have isolated the genomic clones of rat cytochrome c oxidase subunit IV and determined the structural organization of the gene (1). Here we report the complete nucleotide sequence of the gene encoding rat cytochrome c oxidase subunit IV for the record. The rat cytochrome c oxidase subunit IV gene is composed of 6,106 nucleotides and is organized(More)
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