Experimental support for the "E pathway hypothesis" of coupled transmembrane e- and H+ transfer in dihemic quinol:fumarate reductase.

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Reconciliation of apparently contradictory experimental results obtained on the quinol:fumarate reductase, a diheme-containing respiratory membrane protein complex from Wolinella succinogenes, was previously obtained by the proposal of the so-called "E pathway hypothesis." According to this hypothesis, transmembrane electron transfer via the heme groups is… (More)

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@article{Lancaster2005ExperimentalSF, title={Experimental support for the "E pathway hypothesis" of coupled transmembrane e- and H+ transfer in dihemic quinol:fumarate reductase.}, author={C. Roy D. Lancaster and Ursula S Sauer and Roland Gross and Alexander H Haas and J{\"u}rgen Graf and Harald Schwalbe and Werner Maentele and J{\"o}rg Simon and M Gregor Madej}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={2005}, volume={102 52}, pages={18860-5} }