Mass spectrometric detection of protein, lipid and heme components of cytochrome c oxidase from R. sphaeroides and the stabilization of non-covalent complexes from the enzyme.


The cytochrome c oxidase enzyme from the Rhodobacter sphaeroides bacteria exists as a complex of four peptide subunits, two hemes, and a variety of lipids and metal ions held together by non-covalent forces. While the native enzyme functions as an associated unit, this complex usually dissociates during MALDI- TOF analysis. Through the use of matrix… (More)


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