Maturation of hydrogenases.

@article{Bck2006MaturationOH,
  title={Maturation of hydrogenases.},
  author={A. B{\"o}ck and P. King and M. Blokesch and M. Posewitz},
  journal={Advances in microbial physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={
          1-71
        }
}
Enzymes possessing the capacity to oxidize molecular hydrogen have developed convergently three class of enzymes leading to: [FeFe]-, [NiFe]-, and [FeS]-cluster-free hydrogenases. They differ in the composition and the structure of the active site metal centre and the sequence of the constituent structural polypeptides but they show one unifying feature, namely the existence of CN and/or CO ligands at the active site Fe. Recent developments in the analysis of the maturation of [FeFe]- and [NiFe… Expand
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