Anomalies in amino acid sequences of small cytochromes c and cytochromes c′ from two species of purple photosynthetic bacteria View Full Text


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1979-04

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R. P. AMBLER, T. E. MEYER, M. D. KAMEN

ABSTRACT

MOST species of the Rhodospirillaceae1, the purple nonsulphur photosynthetic bacteria, produce large quantities of cytochrome c2 (ref. 2), a protein which is similar in sequence to mitochondrial cytochrome c3. Many species also produce the high-spin haem protein cytochrome c′ (ref 2). Cytochromes c′ have been identified in Rhodopseudomonas gelatinosa and in Rhodospirillum tenue, but in these organisms the predominant low-spin cytochromes c do not have properties similar to those found for cytochromes c2 (ref. 2). We have now determined the amino acid sequences of the cytochromes c′ and of the predominant low-spin cytochromes c from the two organisms (Fig. 1). More... »

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661-662

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/221823


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