Converting the bis -Fe IV state of the diheme enzyme MauG to Compound I decreases the reorganization energy for electron transfer

Converting the bis -Fe IV state of the diheme enzyme MauG to Compound I decreases the... The extent of charge delocalization throughout the diheme redox center of MauG influences the reorganization energy associated with the electron transfer reactions to the high-valent hemes. This explains how enzymes can optimize various reactions by utilizing different high-valent redox centers. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biochemical Journal Portland Press

Converting the bis -Fe IV state of the diheme enzyme MauG to Compound I decreases the reorganization energy for electron transfer

Biochemical Journal, Volume 473 (1) – Jan 1, 2016
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Portland Press
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Copyright © Portland Press Ltd.
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0264-6021
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1470-8728
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10.1042/BJ20150998
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Abstract

The extent of charge delocalization throughout the diheme redox center of MauG influences the reorganization energy associated with the electron transfer reactions to the high-valent hemes. This explains how enzymes can optimize various reactions by utilizing different high-valent redox centers.

Journal

Biochemical JournalPortland Press

Published: Jan 1, 2016

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