Alternative Complex III from phototrophic bacteria and its electron acceptor auracyanin.

@article{Majumder2013AlternativeCI,
  title={Alternative Complex III from phototrophic bacteria and its electron acceptor auracyanin.},
  author={Erica L-W Majumder and Jeremy D. King and Robert E Blankenship},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2013},
  volume={1827 11-12},
  pages={1383-91}
}
Alternative Complex III (ACIII) is a multisubunit integral membrane protein electron transfer complex that is proposed to be an energy-conserving functional replacement for the bacterial cytochrome bc1 or b6f complexes. Clues to the structure and function of this novel complex come from its relation to other bacterial enzyme families. The ACIII complex has menaquinone: electron acceptor oxidoreductase activity and contains protein subunits with multiple Fe-S centers and c-type hemes. ACIII is… CONTINUE READING

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