Thiosulfate Transfer Mediated by DsrE/TusA Homologs from Acidothermophilic Sulfur-oxidizing Archaeon Metallosphaera cuprina*

@inproceedings{Liu2014ThiosulfateTM,
  title={Thiosulfate Transfer Mediated by DsrE/TusA Homologs from Acidothermophilic Sulfur-oxidizing Archaeon Metallosphaera cuprina*},
  author={Lijun Leo Liu and Yvonne Stockdreher and Tobias Koch and Shu-tao Sun and Zheng Fan and Michaele Josten and H. -G. Sahl and Qian Wang and Yuanming Luo and Shuang-Jiang Liu and Christiane Dahl and Cheng-ying Jiang},
  booktitle={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2014}
}
Conserved clusters of genes encoding DsrE and TusA homologs occur in many archaeal and bacterial sulfur oxidizers. TusA has a well documented function as a sulfurtransferase in tRNA modification and molybdenum cofactor biosynthesis in Escherichia coli, and DsrE is an active site subunit of the DsrEFH complex that is essential for sulfur trafficking in the phototrophic sulfur-oxidizing Allochromatium vinosum. In the acidothermophilic sulfur (S(0))- and tetrathionate (S4O6(2-))-oxidizing… CONTINUE READING
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