MAD structure of Pseudomonas nautica dimeric cytochrome c552 mimicks the c4 Dihemic cytochrome domain association.

@article{Brown1999MADSO,
  title={MAD structure of Pseudomonas nautica dimeric cytochrome c552 mimicks the c4 Dihemic cytochrome domain association.},
  author={Kieron Michael Brown and Didier Nurizzo and St{\'e}phane Besson and William P. Shepard and Jos{\'e} J. G. Moura and Isabel C. Moura and Mariella Tegoni and Christian Cambillau},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={289 4},
  pages={
          1017-28
        }
}
The monohemic cytochrome c552from Pseudomonas nautica (c552-Pn) is thought to be the electron donor to cytochrome cd1, the so-called nitrite reductase (NiR). It shows as high levels of activity and affinity for the P. nautica NiR (NiR-Pn), as the Pseudomonas aeruginosa enzyme (NiR-Pa). Since cytochrome c552is by far the most abundant electron carrier in the periplasm, it is probably involved in numerous other reactions. Its sequence is related to that of the c type cytochromes, but resembles… CONTINUE READING
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