Novel, oxygen-insensitive group 5 [NiFe]-hydrogenase in Ralstonia eutropha.

@article{Schfer2013NovelOG,
  title={Novel, oxygen-insensitive group 5 [NiFe]-hydrogenase in Ralstonia eutropha.},
  author={Caspar Sch{\"a}fer and Baerbel Friedrich and Oliver Lenz},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={79 17},
  pages={
          5137-45
        }
}
Recently, a novel group of [NiFe]-hydrogenases has been defined that appear to have a great impact in the global hydrogen cycle. This so-called group 5 [NiFe]-hydrogenase is widespread in soil-living actinobacteria and can oxidize molecular hydrogen at atmospheric levels, which suggests a high affinity of the enzyme toward H2. Here, we provide a biochemical characterization of a group 5 hydrogenase from the betaproteobacterium Ralstonia eutropha H16. The hydrogenase was designated an… CONTINUE READING
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