Stability of the cbb3-type cytochrome oxidase requires specific CcoQ-CcoP interactions.

@article{Peters2008StabilityOT,
  title={Stability of the cbb3-type cytochrome oxidase requires specific CcoQ-CcoP interactions.},
  author={Annette Peters and Carmen Kulajta and Grzegorz Pawlik and Fevzi Daldal and Hans-Georg Koch},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2008},
  volume={190 16},
  pages={5576-86}
}
Cytochrome cbb(3)-type oxidases are members of the heme copper oxidase superfamily and are composed of four subunits. CcoN contains the heme b-Cu(B) binuclear center where oxygen is reduced, while CcoP and CcoO are membrane-bound c-type cytochromes thought to channel electrons from the donor cytochrome into the binuclear center. Like many other bacterial members of this superfamily, the cytochrome cbb(3)-type oxidase contains a fourth, non-cofactor-containing subunit, which is termed CcoQ. In… CONTINUE READING
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