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Metals/Ions
Commentary
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Fe2+
1 mM Fe(II) + 4 mM quinolinate activate to 70% of the Fe(II)/cysteine system, Fe(II) alone causes very little activation, quinolinate gives considerable activation in absence of Fe(II), activation by Fe(II) and quinolinate is very temperature dependent; 1 mM Fe(II) and 2 mM cysteine; best activation system
Fe2+
1 mM Fe(II) and 2 mM cysteine; either reagent alone gives very little activation; no other metal ion can replace Fe(II)
Fe2+
1 mM Fe2+ plus 2mM cysteine required
Fe2+
contains iron most probably in divalent form, enzyme consisting of 16 subunits contains 8 iron atoms per molecule; iron protein
Fe2+
iron protein; less active preparations: 1.5 atoms of iron per molecule; most active preparation: 4 mol of iron per 65000 MW protein
Fe2+
nonheme iron enzyme
Iron
contains a non-heme dinuclear iron cluster, observations implicate the mixed-valent, diiron-(II/III) form of the enzyme as the active state
Iron
diiron cluster
Iron
dinuclear iron cluster
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