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A decahaem cytochrome as an electron conduit in proteinΓÇôenzyme redox processes

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04/05/16
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Lee, Chong-Yong
Laftsoglou, Theodoros
Lockwood, Colin WJ
Rowe, Sam F
Hwang, Ee Taek
Fontecilla-Camps, Juan C
Jeuken, Lars JC
Butt, Julea N
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Royal Society of Chemistry
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The decahaem cytochrome MtrC from Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 was employed as a protein electron conduit between a porous indium tin oxide electrode and redox enzymes. Using a hydrogenase and a fumarate reductase, MtrC was shown as a suitable and efficient diode to shuttle electrons to and from the electrode with the MtrC redox activity regulating the direction of the enzymatic reactions.
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