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Calcium
contains approximately 1 W atom, 4 Fe atoms, and 1 Ca atom per subunit
Iron
an electron transfer pathway is proposed that begins at the tungsten center, leads to the (4Fe-4S) cluster of formaldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase via one of the two pterins that coordinate the tungsten, and ends at the (4Fe-4S) cluster of ferredoxin. This pathway includes two residues that coordinate the (4Fe-4S) clusters, Cys287 of FOR and Asp14 of ferredoxin
Iron
contains approximately 1 W atom, 4 Fe atoms, and 1 Ca atom per subunit
Iron
contains one [4Fe-4S] cubane per 69000 Da subunit
Iron
enzyme contains an [Fe4S4]+ cluster
Iron
the enzyme contains 16.0 gatom of iron per 280000 Da g of enzyme. Each subunit of dithionite reduced enzyme contains a magnetically isolated [4Fe-4S]1+ cluster that exists in both the S = 3/2 and S = 1/2 states
Mo5+
molybdenum can be incorporated, Mo(V) signal is observed in electron paramagnetic resonance. Aldehyde oxidation activity correlates only with the residual tungsten content. This suggests that the Mo-containing enzymes are most likely inactive. An intracellular selection mechanism for tungstate and molybdate processing has to be present, since tungsten is found to be preferentially incorporated even under conditions with comparable intracellular concentrations of tungstate and molybdate
Tungsten
a W(VI) species with terminal sulfido or thiol ligands is proposed to be responsible for the catalytic activity in sulfide-activated samples of formaldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase
Tungsten
an electron transfer pathway is proposed that begins at the tungsten center, leads to the (4Fe-4S) cluster of formaldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase via one of the two pterins that coordinate the tungsten, and ends at the (4Fe-4S) cluster of ferredoxin. This pathway includes two residues that coordinate the (4Fe-4S) clusters, Cys287 of FOR and Asp14 of ferredoxin
Tungsten
contains one tungstodipterin per 69000 Da subunit
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