The Bacillus subtilis cytochrome-c oxidase. Variations on a conserved protein theme.

@article{Saraste1991TheBS,
  title={The Bacillus subtilis cytochrome-c oxidase. Variations on a conserved protein theme.},
  author={Matti Saraste and Tuula Metso and Tarja Nakari and T Jalli and Marko Lauraeus and John van der Oost},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={195 2},
  pages={
          517-25
        }
}
The structural genes of cytochrome-c oxidase in Bacillus subtilis have been isolated and sequenced. Five genes, ctaB-F, are closely spaced. ctaC, ctaD, ctaE and ctaF are the genes for subunits II, I, III and IVB, respectively, ctaB, which may encode an assembly factor, is separated and upstream from the others. In comparison to its mitochondrial counterparts, subunit I has an extended C-terminus with two additional transmembrane segments, whereas subunit III has lost two such segments from its… CONTINUE READING

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