Separate FeS scaffold and carrier functions for SufB₂C₂ and SufA during in vitro maturation of [2Fe2S] Fdx.

@article{Chahal2012SeparateFS,
  title={Separate FeS scaffold and carrier functions for SufB₂C₂ and SufA during in vitro maturation of [2Fe2S] Fdx.},
  author={Harsimranjit K Chahal and F Wayne Outten},
  journal={Journal of inorganic biochemistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={116},
  pages={
          126-34
        }
}
Iron-sulfur (FeS) clusters are inorganic cofactors required for a variety of biological processes. In vivo biogenesis of FeS clusters proceeds via complex pathways involving multiple protein complexes. In the Suf FeS cluster biogenesis system, SufB may be a scaffold for nascent FeS cluster assembly whereas SufA is proposed to act as either a scaffold or an FeS cluster carrier from the scaffold to target apo-proteins. However, SufB can form multiple stable complexes with other Suf proteins, such… CONTINUE READING

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