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A Rieske ferredoxin typifying a subtype within Rieske proteins: spectroscopic, biochemical and stability studies.

Kletzin, Arnulf ; Ferreira, Ana S. ; Hechler, Torsten ; Bandeiras, Tiago M. ; Teixeira, Miguel ; Gomes, Cláudio M. (2005)
A Rieske ferredoxin typifying a subtype within Rieske proteins: spectroscopic, biochemical and stability studies.
In: FEBS letters, 579 (5)
Article, Bibliographie

Abstract

A new subtype of archaeal Rieske ferredoxin (RFd) has been identified in the genome of the thermoacidophilic archaeon Acidianus ambivalens. The gene is inserted in an atypical genomic context in a gene cluster encoding a NiFe hydrogenase. Sequence and phyletic analysis showed that the protein is related to bacterial RFd but not to any of the known archaeal Rieske proteins. The recombinant 14 kDa protein isolated from Escherichia coli behaved as a dimer in solution. It contained approximately 2 Fe/mol and all visible and EPR spectroscopic features typical of Rieske centre-containing proteins. However, its redox potential (+170 mV) was significantly higher than those of canonical RFd. This difference is rationalized in terms of the protein structure environment, as discrete amino acid substitutions in key positions around the metal centre account for the higher potential.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2005
Creators: Kletzin, Arnulf ; Ferreira, Ana S. ; Hechler, Torsten ; Bandeiras, Tiago M. ; Teixeira, Miguel ; Gomes, Cláudio M.
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: A Rieske ferredoxin typifying a subtype within Rieske proteins: spectroscopic, biochemical and stability studies.
Language: English
Date: 2005
Journal or Publication Title: FEBS letters
Volume of the journal: 579
Issue Number: 5
Abstract:

A new subtype of archaeal Rieske ferredoxin (RFd) has been identified in the genome of the thermoacidophilic archaeon Acidianus ambivalens. The gene is inserted in an atypical genomic context in a gene cluster encoding a NiFe hydrogenase. Sequence and phyletic analysis showed that the protein is related to bacterial RFd but not to any of the known archaeal Rieske proteins. The recombinant 14 kDa protein isolated from Escherichia coli behaved as a dimer in solution. It contained approximately 2 Fe/mol and all visible and EPR spectroscopic features typical of Rieske centre-containing proteins. However, its redox potential (+170 mV) was significantly higher than those of canonical RFd. This difference is rationalized in terms of the protein structure environment, as discrete amino acid substitutions in key positions around the metal centre account for the higher potential.

Divisions: 10 Department of Biology > Sulfur Biochemistry and Microbial Bioenergetics
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