Energy-converting [NiFe] hydrogenases from archaea and extremophiles: ancestors of complex I.

@article{Hedderich2004EnergyconvertingH,
  title={Energy-converting [NiFe] hydrogenases from archaea and extremophiles: ancestors of complex I.},
  author={Reiner Hedderich},
  journal={Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes},
  year={2004},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={65-75}
}
[NiFe] hydrogenases are well-characterized enzymes that have a key function in the H2 metabolism of various microorganisms. In the recent years a subfamily of [NiFe] hydrogenases with unique properties has been identified. The members of this family form multisubunit membrane-bound enzyme complexes composed of at least four hydrophilic and two integral membrane proteins. These six conserved subunits, which built the core of these hydrogenases, have closely related counterparts in energy… CONTINUE READING
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