Versatility in corrinoid salvaging and remodeling pathways supports corrinoid-dependent metabolism in Dehalococcoides mccartyi.

@article{Yi2012VersatilityIC,
  title={Versatility in corrinoid salvaging and remodeling pathways supports corrinoid-dependent metabolism in Dehalococcoides mccartyi.},
  author={Shan Yi and Erica C. Seth and Yu-jie Men and Sally P. Stabler and R. Allen and Lisa Alvarez-Cohen and Michiko E Taga},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={78 21},
  pages={
          7745-52
        }
}
Corrinoids are cobalt-containing molecules that function as enzyme cofactors in a wide variety of organisms but are produced solely by a subset of prokaryotes. Specific corrinoids are identified by the structure of their axial ligands. The lower axial ligand of a corrinoid can be a benzimidazole, purine, or phenolic compound. Though it is known that many organisms obtain corrinoids from the environment, the variety of corrinoids that can serve as cofactors for any one organism is largely… CONTINUE READING

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