Structure of fumarate reductase from Wolinella succinogenes at 2.2A resolution

Lancaster, C. Roy D.; Kroger, Achim
November 1999
Nature;11/25/1999, Vol. 402 Issue 6760, p377
Academic Journal
Describes the crystal structure at 2.2A resolution of the three protein subunits containing fumarate reductase from the anaerobic bacterium Wolinella succinogenes. Structure determination; Fumarate reductase architecture; Protein subunits and prosthetic groups; Chemistry of fumarate reduction; Electron-transfer pathways.


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