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Cofactor
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FAD
flavin co-factor of the ferredoxin reductase component KshB
Fe-S center
Rieske-type Fe-S cluster, Rieske monooxygenase
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a Rieske nonheme monooxygenase
[2Fe-2S]-center
8.2 mol of iron and 2.4 mol of sulfur per mol of KshA protomer
[2Fe-2S]-center
a Rieske 2Fe-2S enzyme
[2Fe-2S]-center
a Rieske iron-sulfur cluster of the KshA oxygenase component and a plant type iron-sulfur cluster of KshB. The oxygenase component, which performs the substrate hydroxylation, is an iron-sulfur protein and contains a non-heme iron situated at the active site. The Rieske iron-sulfur cluster and the non-heme Fe2+ catalytic centre are located relatively far away from each other, but the typical head-to-tail trimer arrangement positions the Rieske Fe2-S2 in close proximity to the non-heme Fe2+ of the neighbouring KshA subunit, enabling transport of electrons between KshA subunits
[2Fe-2S]-center
a Rieske iron-sulfur cluster of the KshA oxygenase component and a plant type iron-sulfur cluster of KshB. The oxygenase component, which performs the substrate hydroxylation, is an ironsulfur protein and contains a non-heme iron situated at the active site. The Rieske iron-sulfur cluster and the non-heme Fe2+ catalytic centre are located relatively far away from each other, but the typical head-to-tail trimer arrangement positions the Rieske Fe2-S2 in close proximity to the non-heme Fe2+ of the neighbouring KshA subunit, enabling transport of electrons between KshA subunits
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