Proteomic Analysis of Methanococcus voltae Grown in the Presence of Mineral and Nonmineral Sources of Iron and Sulfur
Steward, Katherine F.
Shepard, Eric M.
Broderick, William E.
Broderick, Joan B.
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Clusters of iron and sulfur are key components of the active sites of enzymes that facilitate microbial conversion of light or electrical energy into chemical bonds. The proteins responsible for transporting iron and sulfur into cells and assembling these elements into metal clusters are not well understood.
Steward, Katherine F., Devon Payne, Will Kincannon, Christina Johnson, Malachi Lensing, Hunter Fausset, Brigitta Németh et al. "Proteomic Analysis of Methanococcus voltae Grown in the Presence of Mineral and Nonmineral Sources of Iron and Sulfur." Microbiology Spectrum 10, no. 4 (2022): e01893-22.