Multiple Rieske proteins in prokaryotes: where and why?

@article{Schneider2005MultipleRP,
  title={Multiple Rieske proteins in prokaryotes: where and why?},
  author={Dirk Schneider and Christian Schmidt},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2005},
  volume={1710 1},
  pages={1-12}
}
Many microbial genomes have been sequenced in the recent years. Multiple genes encoding Rieske iron-sulfur proteins, which are subunits of cytochrome bc-type complexes or oxygenases, have been detected in many pro- and eukaryotic genomes. The diversity of substrates, co-substrates and reactions offers obvious explanations for the diversity of the low potential Rieske proteins associated with oxygenases, but the physiological significance of the multiple genes encoding high potential Rieske… CONTINUE READING

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